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B UCCANEER 



NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOUR 



ELEANOR POOL 



r OLE ME XLII 




Foreword 



The graduate of the class of 1910, the first graduating class of 
East Carolina College, went home to be, by and large, a citizen of 
his local community. The graduate of 1964 is a citizen of the world, 
and as such his first loyalty is to the world community. There his 
talents, abilities, and resources are needed in all phases of human 
endeavor: social, cultural, and academic. 

Socially, meeting and compromising with people are important 
in being a success in the world. Throughout four years of college, 
the student learns to study, work, and play with other individuals. 
By daily living and association with friends, professors, sorority sis- 
ters, fraternity brothers, club members, and roommates, the future 
leaders of the country face the public and endeavor to live as ac- 
ceptable social beings. 

Culturally, East Carolina College offers a wide variety of fine arts 
to prepare each person to develop an understanding of world culture. 
As the United States is called the "melting pot" of the world, so is 
East Carolina College a meeting place for students of various nation- 
alities, religious faiths, and creeds. Deep insights into the culture 
and philosophy of the world are developed and broadened. 

Academically, the College provides facilities to prepare the stu- 
dent for the challenges of whatever vocation he desires. In the world 
of space, rockets, rebellion, Communism, and chaos,' each person 
needs as broad an education as he is capable of attaining. Although 
academic disciplines differ widely, East Carolina College gives the 
student good basic preparation to meet the world of his generation. 

The three major roles of East Carolina College—social, cultural, 
and academic— are prominent in the lives of the student. This issue 
of the BUCCANEER presents the student body in these roles which 
define the place of the College in the world community of 1964. 



Contents 



COLLEGE 




Administration 


10 


SGA 


17 


Limelight 


43 



8 



CAMPUS SPIRIT 72 



Student Life 


74 


Spring Sports 


122 


Fall Sports 


132 


Winter Sports 


154 



ORGANIZATIONS 168 



Religious Groups 


177 


Clubs 


187 


Greeks 


207 


Fine Arts 


245 


Military 


262 


ACADEMICS 


2( 


Departments and Faculty 


266 


Honoraries 


303 


Senior Class 


333 


Junior Class 


387 


Sophomore Class 


409 


Freshman Class 


429 



INDEX 



451 





East Carolina College students are enthusiastic about the events of 1964 

As each anticipation becomes a reality, it exerts a great 

influence on the lives of the future leaders of the world. For them, 

the dedication of Ficklen Stadium, the presentation of the playhouse 

productions, the nightly dances at the College Union, 

the long hours of concentrated study, and the fun filled football games 

will remain permanent memories. 





As the Horizons of the World 
Grow and Develop, . . . 




As the school progresses, the aca- 
demic tasks become quite burden- 
some. Classes and study time must 
be budgeted into a student's sched- 
ule. 



So Does the Influence of 
East Carolina College. 




The raison d'etre 

of East Carolina College is its 

students. For students, this 

College was founded fifty-seven 

years ago. For them, it flourishes 

today. They keep the learning 

process continuous. 

Students may be found relaxing 

between classes, socializing in 

the College Union, or hurrying 

to their residences after a hard day 

of study. 

As East Carolina 

College takes its place in the world, 

the campus becomes old and 

majestic in many aspects; but 

young and energetic in others. 

Where once stood only a few 

solitary buildings, now stand over 

twenty-five structures 

encompassing a two hundred and 

ninety-five acre campus. 

Modern classroom buildings, athletic 

facilities, and dormitories 

stand beside Austin Building 

and Wright Auditorium. This is the 

world of East Carolina College— 

nineteen hundred and sixty-four. 




Folk Singing at the Bohemian. 




the Football Games. 




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COLLEGE I 




Dr. Jenkins introduces speaker, Edward R. Murrow, at 1963 Commenc 



Dr. Leo W. Jenkins 



Having received degrees from Rutgers, Columbia, and 
New York Universities, Dr. Leo W. Jenkins is well-qual- 
ified for his position as the sixth President of East Carolina 
College. Originally from New Jersey, this noted educator 
joined the staff in 1947 as Dean and became President in 
1960. 

Active in the National Education Association and the Gov- 
ernor's Committee on Better Schools, President Jenkins de- 
votedly adheres to the betterment of colleges throughout 
the state. As a member of College Visitation Teams, he 
serves the Southern Association of Colleges and the Amer- 
ican Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. 

The father of six children, Dr. Jenkins lends leadership 
in various functions of the Methodist church of which he 
and his family are members. He serves on the Board of 
Stewards and teaches the Adult Bible Class. 

In addition to his support of the East Carolina College 
Pirates, this avid fan finds enjoyment in painting and music. 



. . . Completes Fourth Year at College. 



■., Chairman Stadium Committee, Governor Terry 
Herbert Bonner, gather for the dedication of the 




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Morgan, Mrs. Agn 



Barrett. SECOND ROW: Mr. F. D. Duncan, Mr. David J. Whichard II, Mr. R. F. McCoy, Mr. Henry Ogle 
'. W. Taylor, Jr., Mr. Fred Bahnson, Mr. James Whitfield, Mr. Irving E. Carlyle, Dr. John H. Home. 



Board of Trustees Establishes Policies. 



The Board of Trustees of East Carolina 
College consists of twelve members, ap- 
pointed by the Governor and confirmed by 
the General Assembly of North Carolina. 
Appointments are for an eight year period, 
and terms are staggered so that three new 
members are appointed each biennium. 

The Board is a body corporate and an 



agency of the State, responsible for the 
management of the affairs of the institution 
and subject to the applicable laws of North 
Carolina. 

Henry Belk, Chairman, is the oldest in 
point of service, having served on the Board 
since 1945. 






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Mr. F. D. Duncan 
Vice President and Business Manager 
Mr. Duncan is in charge of all financial 
matters of East Carolina College and su- 
pervises the planning ' for campus 
growth. 



Dr. Robert L. Holt 

Vice President and Dean 

lr. Holt directs the curriculum of- 

;red by the College and co-ordi- 

ates its campus activities. 



Serving as Admissions Dir 
Home sends out all inform 
taining to admission and 
of applicants. 



Dr. James H. Tucker 
Dean of Student Affairs 
Dr. Tucker directs the policies concern- 
ing all students, supervises the Student 
Aid Program and co-ordinates the guid- 



Administrative Officials Guide . . . 





Miss Ruth White 

Dean of Women 
The office of Dean Ruth White handles 
all the policies and problems of East 
Carolina's women students. She is also 
the advisor to the Women's Judicial 



Miss Janice G. Hardison 
Director of Alumni Affairs 
Miss Hardison's job deals with rela- 
tions between the College and its 
alumni. She also supervises the publi- 
cation of a monthly news letter and 
quarterly magazine. 



Student George McCuiston brings a problem to Dr. Home for 



College officials gather 


ocially a 


President Jenkins' home for the Senior Reception. 


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Mr. James B. Mallory 


Dr. John C. Reynolds 




Mr. Worth E. Baker 


Mr. Dan K. Wooten 


Dean of Men 


Director of Graduate Studies 




Registrar 


Director of Housing 


Dean Mallory supervises all matters 


Dr. Reynolds is responsible for the 


Admin 


stering the centra! records 


The housing of male students is Mr. 


concerning the East Carolina male stu- 


supervision of all programs of grad- 


office, 


planning registration each 


Wooten's main concern. Outside this 


dent. Discipline and guidance are mat- 


uate study. Scholarships available 


quarter 


and getting grades to the 


capacity, he supervises the enforcement 


ters that are handled through his of- 


for these students are also handled 


studen 


is the responsibility of Mr. 


of all traffic rules on the campus. 


fice. 


through him. 


Baker. 







. . . Students and Direct Them 





Mr. Beech of the School of Music and Dr. Jorgensen of the Health and 
Physical Education Department relax after directing the Senior Commence- 



Miss Rosalind Roulston 
Director of Radio and Television 
Directing public relations, radio, and 
television programs constitutes the role 
of Miss Roulston. She is widely known 
as coordinator of the "Let's Go To Col- 
lege" television program. 

Mr. Dawyer D. Gross 
Director of Religious Activities 
Serving as a liaison agent between the 
College and the religious groups, Mr. 
Gross conducts the weekly chapel ser- 
vices and avails himself to the students 
for counseling purposes. 



Dr. Corinne H. Rickert 
Director of Broadcasting 
Dr. Rickert supervises the On-Campus 
Broadcasting and Closed Circuit Televi- 
sion. Moreover, she is a member of the 
College faculty and author of several 
books. 

Dr. James W. Butler 
Assistant Director of Public Relations 
Co-ordinating the public information 
services with the College is the major 
role of Dr. Butler. He works with radio, 
television, and the News Bureau. 






Mr. S. Rudolph Alexander 
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs 
Mr. Alexander is responsible for all 
campus activities which have building 
reservations and publicity. He also 
maintains a calendar of events for the 
College. 



Dr. David J. Middleton 
Director of Extension 
As Director of Extension, Dr. Mid- 
dleton supervises workshops and 
field classes. In addition, he deter- 
mines the locations of such classes, 
arranges for the teachers, and sets 
up schedules. 



Mr. G. Allan Nelms 
Director of- the Placement Bureau 
Mr. Nelms aids the graduates of 
East Carolina in securing positions 
that demand a college education. 
His offices are located in the Alumni 
Building. 



student ach 
tivities for publ 



to Higher Aims and Purposes. 




Affairs, plays with 



Dean Robert Holt chats backstage with the cast of "The Lost Colony" at 
East Carolina College Night which was held on August 2 at Manteo. 





Dean of Women 



Hall 
Mr. Joseph O. Clark 

/Manager, Student Supply 

Stores 
Miss Sophie Fischel 

Dormitory Counselor, Garrett 
Hall 



Mrs. Ruth Garner 

Dormitory Counselor, Fleming 
Hall 
Mrs. Nancy Hawthorne 

Dormitory Counselor, 

Ragsdale Hall 
Mrs. Thomas Henderson 

Accountant, Student Fund 

Office 
Dr. C. F. Irons 

College Physician 



Miss Cynthia Mendenhall 

Director, College Union 
Mr. C. G. Moore 

Assistant Business Manager 
Dr. W. R. Parker, Jr. 

Guidance Counselor 
Mrs. Carolyn F. Raper 

Dormitory Counselor, Cotten 
Hall 



Other Officials Continue College Services. 



Combining "break" time with work, Mr. Earl Aik- 
en, Director of Athletics, sells students their date 
tickets. 




Mrs. Daisy H. Rogers 

Dormitory Counselor, Umsfead Hall 
Mrs. Helen A. Snyder 

Dormitory Counselor, Garrett Hall 



irs. G. C. Taylor 

Dormitory Counselor, Woman's Hall 
Irs. Estelle S. Thigpen 

Dormitory Counselor, Umstead Hall 



Mr. George W. Weigand 

Guidance Counselor 
Mrs. Brunie A. Yarley 

Dormitory Counselor, Slay Hall 




II 





Student Government 
Association . . . 



The Student Government on the East Carolina College campus exempli- 
fies democracy in action. A governing body of the students, by the 
students, and for the students, the SGA functions effectively and effi- 
ciently through its three branches: the Executive (Executive Council), the 
Legislative (Student Senate), and the Judicial (the Judiciary Councils and 
the Honor Councils). The policy making body is the Executive Council 
which meets the first Monday night of each month. 

Student Government membership offers a challenge in managing stu- 
dent affairs, in working on important committees, and in promoting the 
highest ideals of honors and achievement for a better and greater insti- 
tution of learning. Representative of a student body of 6,000, the SGA is 
the students. Any student is a part of the SGA when he pays his fifteen 
dollars activity fee at the beginning of each quarter. The Executive officers 
and Student Senators are chosen in general elections in the spring. 






GEORGE WIGHT/WAN 
Vice President 



CATHY SHESSO 
Secretary 



types SGA mate 
iiness by telephc 




MARGARET STEPHENS 
Treasurer 






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. . . Trains Future Citizens and Leaders. 



Executive Council — 
The Policy Making Body 



Douglas Langston 
Tom Scott 
Cathy Shesso 
Brenda Reges 
George Kalinowsky 
Eddie Harrington 
Oran Perry 
George Wightman 
Margaret Stephens 
Ed Smith 
Mack Worthington 




Student Senate Passes Legislation 




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Susan Becht, Woman's Ha// Represent 
Faye Bowman, Jarvis Ha// Represenfaf 
Billy Braswell, Junior Senator 
Rann Carpenter, Jones Ha// Represent. 
Kathy Cauble, Sophomore Senator 



a Charlton, Ragsda/e Hall Represen 

Clark, Day Student Senator 

}lyn Coker, News Reporter 

dee Denton, Junior Senator 

le Dew, Slay Hall Representative 



Bill Eyerman, Externa/ Affairs Chairmar 
Jerry Fulford, Sen/or Senator 
Eddie Greene, Aycock Representative 
Eddie Harrington, SCA Assistant Treasi. 
Donnie Hicks, Senior Senator 



Lynda Hunning, Women Day Student Presiden 

Barbara Johnson, Special Events 

Judy Johnson, Junior Senator 

Ada Jane Kivett, Wilson Representative 

Doug Langston, Junior Class President 



Brenda Lewis, Freshman Senator 
Larry Lewis, Day Student Senator 
Martha McKee, Umstead Hall Representati\ 
Laura Moon, Day Student Senator 
Shirley Morse, NSA Coordinator 



Celia Orr, Orientation Chairman 
Murray Parker, Freshman Senate 
Oran Perry, SGA President 
Eleanor Poole, BUCCANEER Edit 
Bill Raynor, Junior Senator 



Brenda Reges, Senior Class President 
Nancy Roberts, KEY Editor 
Sue Ruffin, Fleming Hall Representatiy 
Tom Scott, Sophomore Class Presiden 
Cathy Shesso, SGA Secretary 



Ed Smith, SGA Historian 
Tom Sobol, Senior Senator 
Margaret Stephens, SGA Treasurer 
Merle Summers, Publications Board 
Jerry Tolley, Scott Hall Repress 



Pat Waff, Garrett Hall Representative 
Mary Ann Watson, Senior Senator 
Carole White, ID Card Chairman 
George Wightman, SGA Vice Presiden 
Mack Worthington, Parli 




Senator of fou 

respected. 



and Renders Efficient Committee Work 




chamber of the Buccaneer 
listen attentively to debate. 

has been close; a standing 
3 decide the question. 



Every Monday night except the first Monday night 
of each month, the Student Senate of approximately 
sixty members meets; and bills, resolutions, and 
recommendations are introduced, considered, dis- 
cussed, and debated. The vote for acceptance or re- 
jection is taken. The SGA President may call a Senate 
meeting at any time. 





Billy Braswell introduces 
repeal or modification of 
to adopt it. 



resolution asking for 
1395. The body voted 





Legislators Act on HB 1395 Resolution. 



Senior class senator, Tom Sobol, contemplates hi; 
stand on an issue. 




Committees Effect SGA Legwork. 



The standing and special committees do much of 
the actual work under Student Government Associa- 
tion jurisdiction. The committees report their activ- 
ities to the Student Senate. The ten standing com- 
mittees are Budget, Elections, Entertainment, External 
Affairs, Identification Cards, Orientation, Produc- 
tions, Publicity, Ring, and Special Events. Some of 
the special committees are Foreign Films, Popular 
Films, Constitutional Revisions, Campus Radio, Book 
Exchange, Traffic Problems, Student Tutoring So- 
ciety, and Steering and Publicity. 

Each of these committees operates in a group ef- 
fort to solve general and specific student and ad- 
ministrative problems. The SGA is a big organiza- 
tion, and the committee work is proof that the Sen- 
ators do much more throughout the week than con- 
vene under a legislative atmosphere on Monday 
nights. 




NSA Coordinator, Shirley 
possible campus programs. 



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External Affairs Chairma 
Student Legislature plans 
Cauble, and Billy Braswell 



rman, discusses the Mock UN and State 
littee members Bill Clark, Celia Orr, Kathy 



Barbara Johr 


son, Special Events Chai 


man, plans 


out the Home- 




-ning fest 


vities with three 


of he 


r committee members. Bill 


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arrington, 


Celia Crr, and 


Fim Bac 


well. This 


group executed 


a 


highly successful weekend 


under 


the theme 


"Pirates' Parade 


of 


Progress. 


' Dave Astor an 


i "The 


Lettermen" 


entertained for 


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Homeco 


ning Queen Core 


nation 


Pageant. 






SGA, Student Democracy at Work . . . 




Sigma Tau Sigma 



An SGA service program to 
the student body, the Student 
Tutoring Society, Sigma Tau 
Sigma, has been endorsed by 
the Student Senate. The society 
will be composed of outstand- 
ing campus scholars and will 
offer tutoring service free of 
charge to those students who 
need and desire academic aid. 
Here Brenda Reges works on 
tutoring material with some of 
her Steering Committee mem- 
bers. 



ID Card Committee members Linda Killian and Chairman 
Carole White issue Frank Rice his activity and photo ID 




Freshman Orientation Co-Chairman Kathy Cauble and 
Celia Orr talk with student counselor Bill Clark abouf 




Oran Perry delivers his eulogy at the John 
F. Kennedy Memorial Service on campus. 



for a Better, Greater Institution, 



Gary Whittle, Dean Alexander, and 
Jimmy Foster work in the SGA 
Central Ticket Office passing out 
tickets for entertainment series. 
Here Eddie Greene shows his ID 
card in order to obtain a ticket. 




News Reporter Carolyn Coker (top) and 
Chaplain Judy Wagstaff (bottom) hold 
SGA seats. 




Fair Trials, Due Process . . 



The Men's Judiciary Council, elected by popular vote, is composed 
of the chairman, vice chairman, secretary, two members-at-large, and 
the presidents of each of the men's dormitories: Jones, Aycock, and 
Scott. This body handles all cases in matters concerning discipline 
of men students which are not violations of the Honor Code and are 
not under IDC Court jurisdiction. 



Questioning of a defendant begi 




Careful consideration is given each i 



Men's 

Judiciary 

Council 



STANDING: Jim 
Sykes, Nathan 
Rice. 



Women's 

Judiciary 

Council 

Andrea Harris 
Lynn Hudson 



Broadhu 



Georgia Hooks 
Peggy Honeycutt 
Barbara Proctor 
Sandra Stalls 
Linda Trotter 
Georgia O'Cain 
Helen Holmes 
Carolyn Lynch 
Doris Gray Johnso 
Linda Slaughter 
Nancy Freeman 
Lib Piner 
Sandee Denton 



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Are Students' Rights. 



Elected by popular vote, the Women's Judiciary Council is 
composed of a chairman, vice-chairman, secretary, two members- 
at-large, and the presidents of each of the women's dormitories: 
Woman's Hall, Garrett, Wilson, Jarvis, Fleming, Cotton, Slay, Urn- 
stead, and Ragsdale. This group uses the rules and regulations 
set up by the student handbook and tries all cases concerning 
women students except those cases which violate the Honor Code 
or come under House Committee jurisdiction. 




Men's 
Honor Council 



Tom Sobol 
Bob Miller 
Henry Cantrell 
Bill Tharrington 
Bill Clark 
Ray Stevens 
Phil Dean 
Jerry Ainsfield 
Mack Worthingtc 
Doug Langs 




Attorney-General Bob Miller talks with Chairman Henry Can- 
trell about the Honor Code principles. 



Honor Council Is 



Just before the end of spring quarter of 1963, 
the Student Senate passed the Honor Code sys- 
tem; and it became a part of East Carolina College. 
"You are on your honor not to cheat, steal or lie" 
states the Honor Code. Further the Campus Code 
states: "You are bound by your responsibility as 
a gentleman or a lady, to conduct yourself as such 
at all times, and further to see to it insofar as 
possible, that your fellow students do likewise." 
This system is not designed to restrict student 
actions, but its strength is based upon the belief 
that integrity is fostered in all people with a 
common purpose in mind and a mutual respect 
for the truth. Both the Women's and Men's Honor 
Councils are composed of seven members and 



Women's 
Honor Council 



SEATED: Kathy Cauble, Joan Wethering 
ton, Carol Daugherty, Janet McKenzie 

STANDING: Dinah Nibbelink, Kay Yow 
Judy Johnson, Peggy Davis, Carole 




KATHY CAUBLE 
Attorney-General 



litiated at East Carolina College. 



alternate. Four juniors and three seniors are 
cted to each of the councils in campus elec- 
is. These groups elect their own officers. Both 
ie attorney-general staffs. Bob Miller serves 
men's attorney-general with Mack Worthing- 

as an aid. Kathy Cauble heads the attorney- 
leral staff for women students. The Honor 
ie endorses a standard of conduct for all stu- 
nts at East Carolina College. Three faculty 
mbers and four students comprise the Appeals 
yd which is the highest judicial branch on 
opus. Any student may appeal his case as high 
this Appeals Board and then to the President 
the College. 




hree Appeals Board members, Chaii 
id Dr. Batton discuss policy. 



George Wightman, Mary Ann Watson 



IDC Provides Fellowship for Male 




Representing 1,600 men dormitory residents, the 
Inter-Dormitory Council was established to promote 
and maintain an efficient system of student govern- 
ment in the men's residence halls, to foster a whole- 
some program of social activities, and to aid in fra- 
ternal relationships among dormitory residents. 

The Inter-Dormitory Council elects its own officers 
and a judicial body of five from its organization of 
eighteen men. This governing group is composed of 
the three dormitory presidents, the three dormitory 
SGA Senators, and the twelve elected representatives 
from each of the twelve floors in the three dormi- 
tories. The five member court has primary jurisdiction 
in all cases involving violations of dormitory regula- 



JIM MAHAN 




The five members serving on the IDC Court are Eddie Greene 
Clerk of Court; Ollie Jarvis; Bob Nesbitt, Chairman; Lloyd Allen 
and Bill Parrish. 



dormitory Students. 



The IDC has helped with the dedication of Aycock 
d Scott dormitories for men. A talent show spon- 
ed by this organization this fall spotlighted many 
Bnted persons on the campus with the theme 
ZC's Parade of Talent." A float entry in the Home- 
ning Parade placed in its division. The IDC sponsors 
rials for dormitory men and their dates. The annua 
II and the elections of an IDC Queen by popular 
te comes in the spring. Forty East Carolina coeds 
id for the coveted title of EDC Queen last spring 
a preliminary pageant. The dormitory men elected 
:ir queen from ten beautiful, vivacious finalists, 
thy Wesson emerged the loveliest of the lovely. 




"The Majors" performed for 
tory men af the First Annu; 




Inter -Dormitory 
Council 



SEATED: Ruffin Odom, Eddie 
Greene, Jim Mahan, Bob 
Nesbitt. 

STANDING: Dave Lord, Bill 
Cline, Tom Sobol, Ollie Jar- 
vis, Frank Rice, Bill Dickens, 
Bill Parrish, Jerry Tolley, 
Gary Whittle, Jay Wash- 
burn, Rann Carpenter, Lloyd 
Allen, Robert Pearson, Na- 
than Caroon. 




Summer School SGA . . . 




FIRST ROW: Carol Daugherty, Rebecca Clark, Ann Overton, Sandee Denton, 
Brenda Reges, Eleanor Poole, Margaret Cole. SECOND ROW: Dr. Tucker, Mr. 



Alexander, George Patrick, George Wightman, 
Spencer Knight. 



Raynor, Tony Bowen, 



Disperses $20, 000 for Needed Items. 



Led by George Wightman, The Summer School Senate 
dispersed approximately $20,000 during its twelve weeks 
tenure of office. From these funds came a Super-Trooper 
Spotlight, new majorette uniforms, and other items needed 
by the SGA sponsored organizations. August 29 was the final 
day for the combined total of 5500 students who composed 



the Summer School Student Government Association. 

Appropriations and discussions were the main agenda of 
the 1963 Summer SGA. After many arguments, the Senate 
wrote and approved a letter written to the North Carolina 
State Legislature condemning the passage of House Bill 1395. 





Holt, Mr. Calvert Dixon, Jim Rabon, To 
Speight, Sandra Waddill, Dr. L. W. Jenkin: 



Publications Board Adopts Policies, 




The Publications Board selects the 
editors for the four student publica- 
tions—the Buccaneer, the East Carolin- 
ian, the Rebel, and The Key. In addi- 
tion, all policies, budgets, and publish- 
ing contracts are awarded through this 
body. This year saw all budgets in- 
creased, a three-year publishing con- 
tract for the yearbook let, and salaries 



raised for the newspaper and the liter- 
ary magazine. 

Composed of the editors and busi- 
ness managers of the publications, 
faculty advisors, administrative offi- 
cials, and two members-at-large, this 
board presently numbers nineteen. 
This council is an official organ of the 
Student Government Association. 




Yearbook Staff Completes 



Operating on a budget of forty two thousand dollars, the 
Buccaneer, the East Carolina College yearbook, is distributed 
to the student body each spring. In this publication, a history 
of the year is given. Like all the publications, the Buccaneer 
is financed through the Student Government Association. 





GREEK EDITOR 



GREEK STAFF-SEATED; Miriam Smith, An 
Self, Tim Bagwell. STANDING: Linda Char 
ton, Linwood Eubanks, Anita Zepul, Mill 
Barefoot. 





CLASSES STAFF-SEATED: Wanda Matthews, Brenda Lewis, 
Judy Keen. STANDING: Irvin Warren, Mary Jo Peaden, Jean 
Efird, Ann Stephens, Woody Barker, Beverly Sims, Patti Van 
Buren. 



CLASSES EDITOR 



brty-Second Edition. 



Each year the editor is selected by the Publications Board. The 
editor then plans, supervises, and selects material for the up- 
coming edition. Staff membership is open to all interested students 
and is selected by the editor. Work for each edition is begun 
during the summer and continues through the winter quarter. The 
final product is issued in May. 






BUSINESS MANAGER 
Jim Rabon 



FEATURE EDITOR 
Rowena Skipper 




ADMINISTRATION EDITOR 
Joyce Sigmon 



ORGANIZATIONS STAFF-Gail Strickland, Kate ADMINISTRATION STAFF-lna Faye Ipock, Ann Gor 

Moore, Sandra Holcomb. ton, Anne Riddick, Mary Catherine Joyner. 




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SPORTS STAFF-Butch Fitzgerald, Cam Frazier, Gail Smith, 
Richard Campbell, Hazel Byrd. 



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STAFF WRITERS 
Robert Duncan, Scott Drysdale, and Tony Wan 



Published twice weekly, the campus newspaper, the 
East Carolinian, endeavors to keep the students, faculty, 
and alumni aware of campus happenings. This newspaper 
operates on a budget of twenty-eight thousand dollars. 

A member of the Associated Collegiate Press and the 
Carolinas Collegiate Press Association, the East Carolinian 
is the voice of the students. 






BUSINESS MANAGER 



East Carolinian 





nitiates Modern Format. 




HEAD TYPIST 
Carolyn Coker 




Literary Magazine 



Based on contributions from faculty members and stu- 
dents, the campus literary magazine is published three 
times each year— in the fall, winter, and spring. Areas 
in which the magazine specializes are the short story, 
the essay, the poem, the general article, and art. 

A member of the Associated Collegiate Press, the Rebel 
has received an All American rating because of its high 
standards in the literary field. Sponsored by the Student 
Government Association, this publication has a well- 
known reputation throughout the South. 






COPY EDITOR 
Dwight Pearce 



Affords Opportunity for Student Creativity. 





Handbook Aids Incoming Freshmen. 



Serving as a handy reference book, The Key 
informs beginning students of the organizations, 
policies, and activities of East Carolina College. 
A popular asset to the literary field, the handbook 
also includes a welcome to the new students and 
a history of the College. 



Edited during spring and summer quarters, 
these books are distributed during Orientation 
Week each fall. As with the other publications, 
the editor is selected by the Publications Board. 
In turn, he selects his own staff. 



BL1 





ASSOCIATE EDITOR 
Carolyn Coker 



HEAD TYPIST 
Peggy Honeycutt 




Buccaneer Queen 



October 14, 1963, was a night of splendor for Miss Patricia 
Huggins because at approximately eleven o'clock that night, she 
became the reigning beauty of the 1964 yearbook. Sponsored by 
Jones Dormitory, this senior was selected by a panel of judges 
headed by Miss Mary Ann Mobley, Miss America 1959. 

Pat, as she is commonly called, is an education major. Hailing 
from Fort Barnwell, this fair hazel-eyed beauty participates actively 
in the Association for Childhood Education. She was one of the 
semi-finalists in the Inter-Dormitory Queen competition, and her 
name is quite often found on the list for other beauty titles on 
the campus. 



Miss Patricia Huggins 




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Miss Celia Orr < 

First Runner Up 
Buccaneer Queen 





With honey blonde hair and a smile for every- 
one, Celia Orr captivated the hearts of the audi- 
ence and the judges as she placed as the first 
runner up in the Buccaneer Queen Coronation 
Pageant. In this capacity, she is next in line for 
the crown if the queen should relinquish it. 

Active in the Student Government Association 
on the Orientation, Homecoming, and External 
Affairs committees, Celia is also a member of 
Chi Omega sorority. A psychology major, this 
sophomore hails from Falls Church, Virginia. 






Miss Polly Bunting 

Second Runner Up 

Buccaneer Queen 



Williamston is the hometown of the second 
runner up in the Buccaneer Queen Coronation 
Pageant. Polly Bunting, a senior, majors in gram- 
mar education. Active in Sigma Sigma Sigma 
sorority and the Panhellenic Council, Polly was 
"Miss Greenville 1962." 

Chosen along with the other finalists by a 
distinguished panel of judges, Polly adds this 
distinction to her other titles of Pi Kappa Alpha 
Dream Girl, "Miss Southern Albemarle," and 
"Miss Martin County 1961." Even though her 
time is limited, this coed still enjoys cooking, 
sewing, and dancing. 




Miss Martha Fullerton 




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Homecoming Queen 



Chosen by a vote of the student body, Miss Martha 
Fullerton now reigns as the current Homecoming Queen. 
A sophomore home economics major, she was sponsored 
by the cadets of the Air Force Reserved Officers Training 
Corps. This Greensboro native is a member of the Home 
Economics Club. 

Martha was crowned by retiring queen, Miss Tomye 
Suggs, October 18, 1963, at the Coronation Pageant for 
the Homecoming Queen. Her name was the winner from 
approximately fifty candidates representing the various 
organizations on campus. 



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Summer School Queen 



Sandra Denton, the 1963 Summer School Queen, was 
chosen by popular vote of the persons attending the 
first summer session. Her coronation was the climax to 
the annual Summer School Dance. 

Called by the name of Sandee, this vivacious lass is a 
sister in Chi Omega sorority. Among her other activities 
are the Student Government Association and the Women's 
Judiciary. A junior from Raleigh, Sandee has previously 
been a candidate for Inter-Dormitory Queen. Her major 
is social studies. 





Miss Sandra Denton 





Miss Greenville 



A ready hello, a warm smile, and a winning person- 
ality are all attributes of Miss Greenville 1963. Cornelia 
Holt walked away with the title at the Jaycee pageant 
held in March. Personality, talent, and poise were the 
critieria for the selection by the panel of judges. 

A member of Sigma Sigma Sigma, this lovely lass 
is from Troy. She is a junior majoring in elementary 
education and enjoys singing as a hobby. 



Miss Cornelia Holt 




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Inter-Dormitory Queen 
Miss Kathy Wesson 



Beautiful Kathy Wesson was crowned Queen of 
the First Annual Inter-Dormitory Ball in the spring, 
having been elected by popular vote of the men resi- 
dents of Jones, Aycock, and Scott Dormitories. 

A Sigma Sigma Sigma and a resident of Gastonia, 
this sparkling brunette enjoys music and swimming. 
She was chosen as Inter-Dormitory Queen from forty 
coeds. Kathy is now attending King's Business College 
in Charlotte. 





iter-Fraternity Queen 
Miss Karen White 

Delta Zeta and Phi Omicron are among the 
activities of Inter-Fraternity Queen, Miss Karen 
White. A home economics major from Statesville, 
this college marshal was chosen by the Greek 
men to represent them for a one year term. 

In addition, this junior is the Sweetheart of 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Karen includes sewing and 
designing clothes as her hobbies. 





Military Queen 
Miss Margie Harrington 



A transfer from Wingate Junior College, Miss Mar- 
gie Harrington was elected by the cadets of the Air 
Force Reserved Officers Training Corps as the Mili- 
tary Queen. Since coming to East Carolina College, 
Margie has been active in the Angel Flight, the 
Mathematics Club, and the Science Club. 

Hailing from Kannapolis, Margie was a homecom- 
ing sponsor in 1963. Her major is science. 



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College Marshals 



Duties of the college marshals include 
ushering at the various college programs 
such as the Norman Luboff Concert and 
the Homecoming Coronation Pageant and 
welcoming the public to the activities on 
the college campus. These girls assume 
their duties at the commencement exer- 
cises in the spring and continue for a 
period of one year. 

Elected by the student body, the mar- 
shals in turn elect their own chief mar- 
shal. Miss Ann Adkins was given this 
honor for the 1964 school year. Require- 
ments for marshals are an honor roll av- 
erage and a clear student government 
record. 

These sixteen coeds represent nine- 
teen phases of campus activity and seven 
major fields of study at the College. 



LAURA JEAN WILLIAMS 
Coming from Fayetteville, Laura Jean 
liams is active in Delta Zeta sorority, 
junior social studies major enjoys reading 
swimming in her spare time. 


This 
and 

from 
and 


LINDA KATHLEEN EFLAND 

A senior primary education major, Linda Ef- 

land includes Alpha Xi Delta and the Dean's 

Advisory Council among her college activities. 

She hails from Efland. 

GIGI GUICE 
Pre-law is the major of sophomore Gigi 
Guice. She is a varsity cheerleader and a sister 
in Alpha Delta Pi. A local resident, she en- 
joys horseback riding. 


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KATHY CAUBLE 
Active in Student Government affaii 
Kathy Cauble, a sophomore history major 
Hickory. Kathy is also a Chi Omega sister 
she enjoys horseback riding. 








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MARGARET At 

Fulfilling her duties as Alpha 

SGA historian, Chief Marshal Ma 

of Rocky Mount. This senior bu: 


sIN ADKINS 

Delta Pi president 
rgaret Ann Adkins i 
iiness major enjoys 



Hstribute Programs at Christmas Assembly. 



JUDITH LYNNE HOWELL 
Kappa Delta sorority and Women's Glee Club 
activities of Judith Lynne Howell. This junior English 
High Point. 



VIRGINIA LECONTE 
Sewing, designing, and knitting occupy 1 
Virginia LeConte. A home econom 
Delta Pi. Virginia is a resident of this coll 





LINDA KILLIAN 

A native of Salisbury, Linda Killian is a 

senior mathematics major. This school spirited 

lass is a member of the cheerleading squad 

and Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. 



NANCY GARNER 
Roanoke Rapids is the home of Nanc 
beth Garner. A primary education maj 
active coed is a member of Delta Zeta 
and Tau Sigma honorary fraternity. 



BILLI STEWART 
o being a marshc 



In addit 
holds membership in Delta Zeta soror 
the College Union Board. This junior ar 
comes from Statesville. 



BETSY BRYANT 
lanning a June wedding, sei 
y Bryant hails from Greenvill 
nber of Kappa Delta sorority a 
Fellowship. 



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College Marshals 





CAROL ANN COMBS 






junior pr 
of Delta 
include 


from Creswell, Caro 
mary education major 
Zeta sorority and Tau 
eading and sewing. 


Ann 

She 

Sigma 


Combs is a 
is a member 
Her hobbies 




DONNA BINGHAM 






A mer 
sponding 
Associatio 
This char 


nber of Chi Omega 
secretary of the Studer 
n, Donna Bingham 
ming senior is an En 


t National Ed 
alls Raleigh 
glish major. 


ucation 
home. 



Buccaneer 
Faculty Citations 



DR. ROBERT E. CRAMER 

The Director of the Department of Geography, I 
faculty in 1954. Dr. Cramer is a cartographic engine 
and Information Center for the United States Air Fo 
the Association of American Geographers and the Nc 
Education. He also serves on the Governor's Advisory 
ment and is in charge of the Peace Corps on this campus. 

Dr. Cramer has written several articles for geography journals and has published 
two books, Workbook in the Essentials of Mapping and Cartography and Manufac- 
turing Structure of the Cicero District, Chicago. This director received degrees from 
Ohio University and the University of Chicago. 



lobert E. Cramer, joined the 
er for the Aeronautical Chart 
■ce and holds membership in 
tional Council for Geographic 
Council on Economic Develop- 









MR 


CLEVELAND J. BRADNER 










Widely know 


n on cc 


mpus for his interestir 


g c 


lass 


lectures, fAr. 


Cleveland J. Br 


dner ca 


ne to East Carolina in 


r 'S7 


afte 


r teaching at 


St 


afford Junior 


College, 


Drury College, and Denison 


Unive 


rsity. Born in 


Charleston, S.C. 


he wa 


s educated at Atlantic 


Chri 


.tian 


College, the 


Un 


iversity of Chicago, a 


nd Columbia University. 










A member of 


Lambda 


Chi Alpha, Mr. Bradner 


is o 


n the staff of the 




w Philosophy 


Departn 


ent. His background is 


va 


ied 


ranging from 


Un 


ted States A 


my Chaplain to radio announcer 


and 


acto 


. On campus, 


he 


has played lc 


rge roles 


in "Antony and Cleopat 


ra" and 


The Merchant 


of 


Venice." His 


other interests include stamp collec 


ing 


and painting. 



MISS FRANCES DANIELS 

Assistant Professor in the School of Business, Frances Daniels joined the College 
faculty in 1956. Miss Daniels received her two degrees from East Carolina College 
and studied at Teachers College, Columbia University, and the University of North 
Carolina. 

Besides her duties as a teacher, this well-versed lady holds membership in 
Delta Kappa Gamma, of which she is treasurer; Delta Pi Epsilon; Pi Omega Pi, of 
which she is national newsletter editor; Sigma Pi Alpha; the National Education 
Association; and the Wesleyan Service Guild. 

With her busy schedule. Miss Daniels finds time for her hobbies of reading, 
cooking, needlework, travel, and photography. She is listed in the 1964 edition of 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN EDUCATION. 




. . . Honor Those Who Deserve 




C. Hardi: 






MISS JANICE HARDISON 

As Director of Foundations and Alumni Affairs, 
endeavors to keep the alumni informed of the College activities. A tr 
Miss Hardison earned both of her degrees here. 

Miss Hardison also finds time to work with her chief avocatio 
In 1960 she was selected as an alternate delegate to the National Democratic 
Convention and during the same year was elected eastern district vice 
president of the Young Democrats. In 1961 she was instrumental in organizing 
and thus became the first president of the Democratic Women of Pitt County. 
Her other interests and hobbies include folk music, free lance writing, and 
swimming. 

lis 



A nativ 
Departmer 
the Unive 



ecology. 

While ; 
Club, Ch; 



DR. CLIFFORD B. KNIGHT 
i of Rocksville, Connecticut, Dr. Clifford B. Knight joined the 
t of Biology at the College in 1956. He was granted degrees at 
sity of Connecticut and Duke University. He holds membership in 
the North Carolina Academy of Science, the Association of South- 
■ logists, and the Ecological Society of America. 

f Dr. Knight have appeared in various educational and scientific 
Currently, he is preparing a textbook on the basic concepts of 



t East Carolina College, Dr. Knight has been advisi 
irman of the Publications and Manuscripts Commit 
Chi Beta Phi, the honorary science fraternity. 







DR. DOUGLAS R. JONES 

Since joining the faculty in 1957, Dr. Douglas R. Jones has 
risen from professor to the Dean of the School of Education. 
Prior to his appointment here, he has been a principal, teacher 
and graduate assistant in Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee 
respectively. 

Locally, Dr. Jones serves as Chairman of the Teacher Education 
Committee and advisor to Tau Sigma honorary fraternity and the 
Student National Education Association. An East Carolina College 
alumnus, he is a member of the National Education Association, 
Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, and the Horace Mann League. 

In addition, this educational leader has written articles for the 
educational magazines of the nation and the state. 



ecognition for Their Endeavors. 






MISS VELMA LOWE 










Miss Velma Lowe's interes 


in young people is exerr 


plified 


by he 


r statement, 


'1 enjoy 


chaperoning," and by her wi 


lingness to serve as advisor 


to Ch 


Omeg 


a Sorority. A 


versatile 


faculty member, she enjoys 


raveling, playing the violir 


, and 


flying. 






Since joining the College s 


taff in 1937, she has been 


both 


ecretary to the Dean of the 


College and Assistant Profess 


or in the School of Busines 




aducatic 


n was obtained frorr 


seven institutions ranging from Tennessee Wesleyan College to the Berlitz School of La 


nguages. 


Her teaching experience inclu 


des public schools in Tenne 


ssee, G 


renada 


College, and 


National 


Park Seminary. 












Among her other activities 


are Pi Omega Pi, the Americ 


an Ass 


aciation 


of University 


Women, 


and the North Carolina Education Association and severa 


busint 


ss asso 


ciations. Miss 


Lowe is 





MR. CLARENCE STASAVICH 
Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, Ath- 
letic Director, and Head Football Coach, Clarence Stasavich 
has been at East Carolina College two years. He started a 
"Single Wing" Football Clinic and a football camp for high 
school boys. He won eight games out of nine during the 1963 

Besides his duties at East Carolina College, Coach Stasavich 
is a member of the American Football Coaches Association. 
North Carolina Education Association, Loyal Order of Moose, 
American Legion, Mu Sigma Epsilon Honorary Scholastic So- 
ciety at Lenoir Rhyne College, and Chairman of the NAIA 
Football Commission. Chosen NAIA Coach of the Year, he is a 
member of the Helms Football Hall of Fame. 



MISS ROSALIND ROULSTON 

Rosalind Roulston, present Director of Radio and Television, and Assistant 
Professor of Drama and Speech, joined the East Carolina faculty in 1955. 
She received degrees at the University of Colorado and Emerson College 
and later did broadcasting work at Boston University and Emerson College- 
Miss Roulston has served in various capacities in the field of radio, television 
theater, and motion picture. 

She holds membership in the National Association of Education of America, 
Pitt County Democratic Women, and Zeta Phi Eta National honorary speech 
fraternity. She serves as advisor to Alpha Xi Delta social sorority. 



59 




Who's Who Among 
Universities 



In order to select those students whose names 
will appear in Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges, letters were 
sent to faculty members and organizations re- 
questing them to nominate three students from 
their department and three students from the 
college as a whole. The nominations were then 



MARGARET ANN ADKINS 
Chief Marshal, Alpha Delta Pi, and Student Governr 
phases of campus life in which Margaret Ann Adkins 
has served Alpha Delta Pi as president and recording se 
has been historian of the Student Government Assoi 
Executive Committee. A native of Rocky Mount, she has 
as secretary and served on the Dean's Advisory Council. 
Pi Omega Pi and Phi Beta Lambda. 





A geography 



a|or 






JOHN MAURICE ALLEN, JR. 

om Henderson, North Carolina, John Ma 

:tive on East Carolina's varsity football 



Allen, 
i. This 



senior served as co-captain of this season's team. Selected as the most 
valuable player on both the 1962 and 1963 teams, Maurice received 
the E. E. Rawl Award for athletic and academic excellence. A member 
of the Circle K Club, he also received the Lanche Award for leadership. 
Maurice plans to attend graduate school after finishing East Carolina. 





CAROL ELAINE 


ALDRIDGE 






A native 


of Harrisburg, Nor 


th Carolina 


, Carol Elair 


le Aldridge is a 


home 


economic 


s major. She has s 


erved the 


Home Economics chapter as 


presi- 


dent and 


vice president. Tr 


lis senior r 


las been a 


student counselc 


f and 


treasurer 


of Young Women' 


s Christian 


Association. 


Carol has been 


active 


in Student National Educat 


ion Associc 


ition and Westminster Fello 


«ship. 


She plan 


s to teach Home 


Economics 


for two i 


^ears before er 


tering 


graduate 


school. Carol has ' 


worked on 


the Buccane 


er staff in addit 


ion to 


her other 


activities. 











tudents in American 
nd Colleges 



sidered by a committee composed of faculty 
rnbers, administrative officials, and students, 
selection is based on scholarship, leadership, 
vice to the college, and participation in extra- 
ocular activities. In 1939, East Carolina was 
resented by seven students; this year East 
:olina is represented by forty students. 





English ma] 
scholarship 
class. Betsy 



ELIZABETH LEE BRYANT 
s, North Carolina, Elizabeth Lee Bryant is an 
nior has served her sorority, Kappa Delta, as 
social chairman, and president of her pledge 
rved as a College Marshal while at East Carolina, 
nster Fellowship, she has served as first vice- 
nization. Betsy holds membership on the Family 
ial Studies minor, Betsy enjoys playing bridge. 



HENRY B. CANTRELL 
Henry B. Cantrell. a native of Morganton, will receive a Bachelor of 
Science degree in business administration this spring. While at East 
Carolina Henry has served as chairman of Men's Honor Council and vice 
president of Men's Judiciary. A brother of Kappa Alpha Order, he has 
served as secretary of this fraternity. This senior is also a member of 
the Dean's Advisory Council. Henry holds membership in the Young 
Democrats Club and Future Business Leaders of America. In addition he 
is an Inter-Fraternity Council representative. 



ROBERT CLINTON BRANCH, III 
A senior from Rocky Mount, Robert Clinton Branch, III, is receiving a double major 
in art, Bob has served his social fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha, as vice president 
and scholarship chairman. He holds membership in Delta Phi Delta, honorary art 
fraternity, and has served as treasurer of this organization. Bob has been an Inter- 
Fraternity Council representative and served as president of the Inter-Fraternity 
Council this year. An Honor Roll student, Bob plans to pursue a career in com- 




Who's Who Announced on November 22. 




GEORGIA GREY HOOKS 
A native of Whiteville, Georgia Grey Hooks is an English major. 
A member of Alpha Phi sorority, she has served on the Panhellenic 
Council. This senior was president of Fleming Hall and Umstead Dormi- 
tory. Georgia has also served on the Women's Judiciary and the Dean's 
Advisory Council. She has served as chairman of the publicity committee. 
Georgia enjoys horseback riding and water skiing and holds membership 
in the Women's Recreation Association. She is minoring in French and 
plans to study abroad after graduation. 



WILLIAM PENN EYERMAN 
A native of Lillington, William Penn Eyerman has been very active in Student 
Government Association. President of freshman and sophomore classes, vice 
president of Student Government Association, president of Summer School Student 
Government Association, and president of North Carolina State Student Legislature 
are among the offices which Bill has held. A Phi Kappa Tau brother, Bill has served 
the fraternity as secretary, house-manager, and parliamentarian. An English major, 
he is a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. 









PEGGY JEAN 


HONEYCUTT 








Ma 


oring in primary 


education 


Peggy 


Jea 


n Honeycutt holds 


me 


mbership 


the 


Association fo 


Childhooc 


Educa 




and Student 


Nat 


onal Educat 


Association. This s 


Bnior from 


Wilsor 


is 


a majorette 


and 


ha 


served 




sident of Jarvis 


Dormitory 


A men 


nbe 


of the Dean 


5 Advis 


Dry Coun 


this 


Chi Omega sis 


er was on 


the Womer 


's Judicial Co 


unci 


. Young Der 


crat 


s Club, Womer 


's Chorus, 


and w 


ork 


on the Key 


round 


Dut Pegg 


acti 


vities Peggy, w 


no enjoys working 




h children, p 


ans 


♦o 




eler 


nentary grades. 


















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BARBARA ANN JOHNSON 
Barbara Ann Johnson, hailing from Dillon, South Carolina, is major- 
ing in primary education. This senior has served as a student coun- 
selor and dormitory president. A member of the Women's Judiciary 
and the Dean's Advisory Council, Barbara has also appeared" on the 
Dean's List and the Honor Roll. She was Student Government Asso- 
ciation homecoming chairman, a member of the Student Senate, 
and a House Council member. Barbara plans to further her education 
in psychology following graduation. 



STEPHEN THOMAS JONES 
A chemistry major, Stephen Thomas Jones hails from Belhaven, North Carolina. 
Having appeared continuously on the Dean's List and the Honor Roll, Tom holds 
membership in Phi Sigma Pi, men's honorary scholastic fraternity, and Chi Beta Phi, 
honorary fraternity for science and mathematics majors. Tom has served the former 
as president and reporter. This senior was a member of the Dean's Advisory Council 
and secretary of the Inter-Dormitory Council. He has participated in the National 
Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Program. 





CHARLES RALPH KINSEY, JR. 
varsity football, Charles Ralph Kinsey 
North Carolina. Ralph 



Active 

Charlotte, North Carolina. Ralph has served 

Chi Alpha, as president. He holds membership 

This senior majored in business administration, concentrating 

Ralph plans to attend law school after 






LANA KAY McCOY 
lidland. North Carolina, Lana Kay McCoy has spec 



al lav 



appeared on the Dea 



nber of the Dean's Advisory C< 
s List. He also enjoys fishing. 



Ralph has 



She was vice president of the concert choir 
ne East Carolina orchestra. A Kappa Delta sis 
vities chairman. A member of the choral un 

Student Composer's Contest in 1962. Lana i 



Dloisi 



and has appeared as a 
r, Lana has served her sorority 
n, this senior was the winner 
interested in water skiing and 



These Outstanding Campus Leaders 







SHARON LEE McKEAN 


JAMES EDWARD MAHAN 


Sharon Lee McKean 


a native of El Toro, California, is an English major. 


Charlotte, North Carolina, is the home of Inter-Dormitory Council presi 


She has held a seat 


on the Dean's Advisory Council and is a sister in Kappa 


dent James Edward Mahan. Jim has served as vice-president and floor 


Delta. Sharon has se 


rved Kappa Delta as president and vice-president. This 


representative of Inter-Dormitory Council. This senior was selected as 


senior has worked o 


the Buccaneer staff and as layout artist and reporter for 


the most outstanding member of the Inter-Dormitory Council for 1962 


the East Carolinian. 


In addition Sharon has participated in contests for 


63. A member of the Dean's Advisory Council, Jim has a double major 


Inter-Dormitory Coun 


:il queen. Buccaneer queen, Miss Greenville, and Snow Ball 


in industrial arts and business. He has been on the House Council 


queen. 




Men's Judiciary, and as president of Aycock Dormitory. 










RICHARD ALFRED 


MILES 






Biology and so 


cial 


studi 


2S 


s th 


s dou 


ble r 


najor of 


Richard Miles. R 


chard 


has served as 


president 


of 


Ch 


Beta 


Phi 


honora 


y fraternity for 


those 


excelling in sc' 




and 


ma 


herr 


atics, 


and 


is a member of Phi Sig 


na Pi, 


honorary frater 


nity 


for 




Stl 


dents 


exc 


jlling in 


scholarship. A 


senior 


from Chester, 


Pen 


nsylva 


nia 


he 


has 


appeared on 


both the Dean 


s List 


and Honor Rol 


. R- 


chard 


wi 


9 r 


duat 


in 


une jus 


less than three 


years 


after beginning 




lege. 

















epresent Four States 




CARLOS WILLIAM MURRAY, JR. 
A native of Greenville, Carlos William Murray, Jr., is majoring in social studies. Buddy, 
as he is called, is currently scholarship chairman and executive council representative "for 
Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternity. A member of Phi Sigma Pi, men's honorary scholastic 
fraternity, he is current vice-president of this fraternal organization. Buddy was a Student 
Government representative from his sophomore class. He has also been a member of the 
"Collegians" and the "Buccaneers," two musical groups. 





BRENDA GAIL PAINTER 
Tarboro is the home of Brenda Gail Painter. A grammar educa- 
tion major, Brenda is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary 
education fraternity, of which she has been president and re- 
porter. She has also been secretary of Tau Sigma, honorary 
scholastic fraternity for Bachelor of Science candidates. She is 
a member of the Dean's Advisory Council and the Chapel 
Choir. She serves as a college marshal and president of the 
Baptist Student Union. 



DALE GORDON PATRICK 
Hailing from Morehead City, Dale Gordon Patrick is a health and physical 
education major. This junior is president of the Physical Education Club 
and the Weight Training Club. Gordon is vice-president of Phi Epsilon 
Kappa and student director of intramural sports. He has been hall proctor, 
assistant resident counselor, and now resident counselor of Jones Dormitory. 
Future plans for this English minor include graduate school and the 
teaching profession. 



65 



Who's Who Honors Versatile Students. 




BARBARA PROCTOR 
English is the major of Barbara Proctor, a senior from Pinetops. Sigma 
Tau Delta, honorary English fraternity, and Sigma Pi Alpha, honorary 
foreign language fraternity, are two of the organizations in which Barbara 
holds membership. She has served on the Dean's Advisory Council and 
Women's Judiciary. Barbara has appeared with the Wesley Players and has 
been secretary to the Wesley Foundation. She is now president of Wilson 
Dormitory. 



ORAN KENNETH PERRY 
A native of Ahoskie, Oran Kenneth Perry is a senior English major. Oran is president 
of the Student Government Association; a member of the Buccaneer staff; and a 
member of Sigma Tau Sigma, the student tutoring society. He has been past presi- 
dent of the Inter-Dormitory Judiciary and a member of the Men's Judiciary. He is 
presently serving on Governor Terry Sanford's Inter-Collegiate Civil Rights Coordinating 
Council for North Carolina. This active student plans to join the Peace Corps and to 
enter the teaching profession. 




IpH 




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ELEANOR RUTH POOLE 










Eleai 


or Poole, 


a native 


of 


Rolesv 


.lie, 


is a senior 


social 


studies 




r. A 


siste 


of Alpha 


Phi, Eleanor 


is presently treasurer 


of the 


sorority 


She has 


been 


in addit 


on, vice 


pre! 


ident 


and 


president of her 


pledge 


:lass 


The 


edito 


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r, Eleanor 


is a membe 


of Tau Sigma 


honorary 


educ 


stion frate 


rnity. A 


member 


of 


the Dean's 


Advisory Council, 


she 


has also been 


associate 


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tor of 


the 


Key and holds a 


seat on 


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JAMES LEO RABON, 
Monroe is the home of James Leo Rabon, Jr. a senior maioring 
business administration, Jim is the Business Manager of the 1964 
Buccaneer. Secretary of Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity, 
a member of Publications Board, Circle K Club, and member of the 
Student Government Budget Committee are listed among Jim's 
roles. Jim has been a delegate to the Associated Collegiate Press 
Convention in New York City. A member of the Young Democrats 
Club, he is interested in politics at the various levels. 



MARGARET PARKER RABON 
A senior from Pendleton, Margaret Parker Rabon is a French major. Margaret is a 
member of Sigma Pi Alpha, honorary foreign language fraternity. This fall quarter 
graduate is secretary of the Young Democrats Club. She was secretary of Garrett 
Hall during summer school. Minoring in English, Margaret lists reading and speaking 
French among her hobbies. Margaret is now teaching in a Greenville School until 
she and her husband receive their degrees in June. 





, BRENDA REGES 

Home Economics is the major field of Brenda Gail Reges. This senior from 
Rocky Mount is a sister of Alpha Phi sorority. President of her senior 
class, chairman of Sigma Tau Sigma student tutoring society, chairman 
of the ID card committee, and woman senator from her sophomore class 
are some of the Student Government Association positions which Brenda 
has held. Her activities also include membership in the Home Economics 
Club and work on the Buccaneer staff. 



CATHERINE SHESSO 
Jacksonville is the hometown of Catherine Gordon Shesso, and social studies is 
her chosen field. She has been secretary of the Student Government Association, chair- 
man of the Homecoming committee, chairman of the awards day program, a 
member of the Student Senate, and a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. This 
former Buccaneer Queen is a sister of Chi Omega sorority. Cathy has served her 
sorority as vice-president, pledge trainer, and alumnae coordinator. She was the 
recipient of the Student Government Association Outstanding Contributions Award. 




Thirty-Eight Seniors and 



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LINDA SLAUGHTER 
A native of Oxford, Linda Carole Slaughter is majoring in 
primary education. A sister of Alpha Omicron Pi, Linda has 
been vice-president and song mistress of her sorority. Among 
this senior's activities are chairmanship of the Women's Judiciary 
Council and membership on the Dean's Advisory Council and 
Student Government Discipline Committee. She is also president 
of Jarvis Hall. Membership in the Association of Childhood 
Education and National Education Association affords Linda an 
opportunity to further her knowledge of her chosen profession. 







CHESTER THOMAS SOBOL, 


JR. 










Black Mountain i 


s the home of senior Chester Thomas Sobol, Jr. 


A psychology 


major, 


Tom 


is a senator from his s< 


:nior cla 


ss. A member of C 


rcle K 


Club, 


he has 


been 


vice- 


chairman of the 


honor council, di 


rector of the College 


Union, 


and di 


rector of the 


Inter- 


dormitory Coun> 


:il Talent 


Show. 


Before transferring 


to East 


Carol 


ina, Tom atte 


nded 


Western Carolin; 


i College, 


where 


he was a freshman counselor. Tom 


hopes 


to join the 





MARGARET MACKILL STEPHENS 
Student Government Association Treasurer, Margaret Mackill Stephens is from 
Greenville, North Carolina. Majoring in business and specializing in accounting, 
Margaret is president of Phi Beta Lambda business fraternity. This senior was 
a senator from her junior class. Margaret holds a seat on the Dean's Advisory 
Council and Student Government Association Budget Committee. She is a 
member of Pi Omega Pi, honorary business fraternity. A delegate to North 
Carolina State Student Legislature, Margaret plans to work as an accountant 
after graduation. 







WILLIAM PERRY 


THARRINGTON 






Tennis, 


skiing, and bowling are the hobbies 


of Willia 


m Perry Thai 


rrington. 


This senior fror 


n Bunn, North Caroli 


na, is 


majoring 


in social studies. A 


membe 


r of the 


Honor Council Bill is 


also a 




3f the Circle 


K Club. 


Bill has 


served 


as secretary of Scotl 


Dorm 


itory and 


chairman o 


F Home- 


coming 


Dance 


Committee. He is a 


membe 


r of the 


Popular Filn 


is Com- 


mittee 


and Publicity Committee. Bill 


plans 


to teach 


in a North 


Carolina 


high scl 


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BARBARA SUE TRADER 
Mathematics and business are the double major of Barbara Sue 
Trader. A senior from Benson, Barbara is a sister of Alpha Xi 
Delta social sorority. She has served her sorority as president, 
scholarship chairman, and secretary of her pledge class. Barbara 
is a member of Chi Beta Phi, honorary fraternity for mathematics 
and science majors, Phi Beta Lambda business fraternity, Pi 
Omega Pi, honorary business education fraternity, and the 
Dean's Advisory Council. 





LINDA GALE TROTTER 
Asheboro is the home of junior Linda Gale Trotter. Majoring in English 
and minoring in French, Linda is secretary of Sigma Tau Alpha, honorary 
fraternity for foreign language majors. She holds a seat on the Dean's 
Advisory Council and Women's Judiciary Council. This president of Garrett 
Hall has also served as chairman of student counselors of Cotten Hall, on 
the Homecoming Committee of the Student Government Association and 
Cotten Hall, and on the Social Committee of Garrett Hall. 



DONNA SUMNER THIGPEN 
Donna Sumner Thigpen from Beaulaville, North Carolina, is a nursing education 
major. Presidency of the College Union and chairmanship of its special projects 
committee are two offices held by this senior. Donna has served Alpha Phi 
Sorority as recording secretary. A member of the Nurses Club and the North 
Carolina Student Nurses Association, she is also a member of the Aquanymphs 
and vice-president of the Free Will Baptist Fellowship. 




Seventeen Major Fields Represented. 



/WARY ANN WATSON 
A native of Greensboro, cheerleader Mary Ann Watson is a pri- 
mary education major. A sister of Alpha Delta Pi, Mary Ann has 
been assistant treasurer and reporter for her sorority. She is the 
Greek Editor of the East Carolinian and senator from her senior 
class. Chairman of the Buccaneer Queen Pageant Entry Com- 
mittee, senator from her junior class, and member of the judiciary 
Council Appeals Board are among the roles of this senior. Mary 
Ann plans to teach after graduation. 





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PATRICIA ANN WAFF 
Art major Patricia Ann Waff is a native of Edenton. This past president of 
Kappa Delta social sorority is a member of Delta Phi Delta, honorary art 
fraternity. Pat, who holds a seat on the Dean's Advisory Council, has been the 
senator from Garrett Hall and a student counselor. An Art Club member and 
student art counselor, Pat plans to teach art in the public schools after 



JOAN WETHERINGTON 
Clinton is the home of English major Joan Wetherington, presi- 
dent of Alpha Phi social sorority. Joan is a member of Sigma 
Tau Delta, honorary English fraternity. This senior holds a seat 
on the Dean's Advisory Council. Vice-chairmanship of both 
Women's Judiciary Council and Women's House Council, and 
membership in the Young Republicans Club, Women's Recreation 
Association, and Student Government Association round out 
Joan's activities. She enjoys baton twirling and dancing. She 
plans to teach after graduating this spring. 





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GEORGE EDWARD WIGHTMAN, JR. 
Government Association vice-president George Edward Wight- 



man, Jr. was a member of Elon College's varsity football team before 
transferring to East Carolina. A member of the Board of Directors 
of the Circle K Club, this senior from Graham, North Carolina, is 
majoring in business administration. Membership on the Dean's Ad- 
visory Council and Men's Judiciary are among George's interests. 
George, who has held other Student Government Association posts, 
plans to attend law school after his discharge from the Navy. 



JULIAN MACK WORTHINGTON 
Mathematics is the chosen field of Winterville native Julian Mack Worthington. Mack 
is a member of Phi Sigma Pi, honorary fraternity for men excelling in scholarship, 
and Chi Beta Phi, honorary fraternity for mathematics and science majors. This 
senior was president of his junior class, assistant attorney general of Men's Honor 
Council, international trustee of the Circle K Club, vice-president of Sigma Tau 
Sigma tutoring society, and parliamentarian of Student Government Association. 
Mack plans to attend graduate school after graduation. 




SANDRA KAY YOW 
Gibsonville is the home of Sandra Kay Yow. A senior English 
is vice-president of Tau Sigma, honorary scholastic fraternity. A siste 
of Delta Zeta, she has served as parliamentarian and corresponding secre 
tary of her sorority. Kay, a library science minor, is a member of the Li 
brary Club, Dean's Advisory Council, Women's Judiciary Cou 
is president of Wilson Hall. After graduation Kay plans to t( 
study toward a graduate degree. 



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MARION BOYD GODBOLD, JR. 
A native of Cheraw, South Carolina, Marion Boyd Godbold, Jr., is an English major. 
A Phi Kappa Tau brother, M. B. has served as chaplain, vice-president, and interim 
president of his fraternity. He was president of the Concert Choir and a member 
of the Men's Chorus and Chapel Choir. He appeared with the Opera Theatre in 
"The Marriage of Figaro." Dean's Advisory Council member, Inter-Fraternity Council 
secretary, and chairman of the Men's Judiciary are other offices of this senior. 



CAMPUS SPIRIT 








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A quiet, balmy afternoon tempts many college students to cut that three o'clock class to relax and engage in a "bull session" on the bank of the Tar River. 




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PiKA's enjoy a leisurely afternoon social hour by the Ta 



With great anticipation, the first swim of the season is always looked forward to. 
From that first shivering plunge to the last breathtaking moment, thrills are en- 
joyed by all. 



Greeks enjoyed the entertainment of 
the Journeymen Trio as a finale to 
the fun filled activities of the week. 




Inter-Fraternity Council President Bob Branch tries h 
the Inter-Fraternity Council Dance. 



vents Beckon Students From Their Books. 





the highlight of the Su 



rhe "ole college try" was demonstrated by 
estant during Greek relays. 



A week of excitement bombarded the 
:ampus with the annual opening of Greek 
Week on the fifth through the eleventh 
Df May in which fraternities and sororities 
held various activities. 

A whirl of entertainment was provided 
by the Journeymen Trio, Swinging Pedros, 
and Josh White Jr. Highly competitive 
sports became main events with such ac- 
tivities as piggyback races and Softball 
games. 

Skits were held by each fraternity at 
the Greek Theater with Theta Chi gaining 
the top honors. These were some of the 
activities that made this week the high- 
light of the year for the Greeks. 




The Inter-Dormitory Council Ball 
first annual dance to be held; 



attended by dormitory residents and their dates. This was the 
was provided by the Majors and the Turkchords. 





Each student is given an emergency locator card, a news bureau questionnaire. Long tables are set up in the gymnasium where students answer famil 

a permit to pay fees, and a student directory form. questions. 



Bustling Activity of Registration am 



East Carolina students along with all other college students participating in Student Government elections. THE EAST CAR- 

begin a long career of filling out numerous forms, blanks and OLINIAN runs articles on the elections which heighten campus 

take place in the gymnasium interest in the elections and inform the students of the 

Spring time also finds the students of East Carolina College qualifications of the various candidates. 



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Students enthusiastically campaign for Student Government Association elections with ban 



ched across Wright Cir 



Signs are taped on cars which serve as mobile campaign work. 







Tony Bowen nails a banner between two giant oaks for Nancy Freeman who 
later is elected as Vice Chairman of the Women's Judiciary. 



hctions Keep Students Busy. 



Mind if I use your back?" is a question heard numerous times by stude 
asting their votes at the polls located on the mall. 



Day students vote at the polling station set up in the College Union. 



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Off campus apartment kitchens are often furnished with cafeteria utensils. 



College Union Bingo Parties Attrm 



By means of displays, provided by the Institute on Asian Studies, students 
able to view the misfortunes of people in the Eastern Hemisphere. 




Bingo parties at the College Union produce tense moments for many of 
the players and especially the caller. 




Lo 



ime covers 




Marshal LeFauver engages in an intellectual bout with an ice cream cone and a bingo 
card at a College Union Bingo Party. 



the thunderbird fad hits the campus, the students invade the College Un 
display their newly learned danc 








A large group of graduates returned back to the campus on Alumni Day, June 8, to open eve,, 
of the fifty-fourth commencement at East Carolina College. 



Senior Class Banqut 



President Jenkins' home created a 
senior farewell party June 8. 



mood for the 




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As the final day of graduation approached, 
College Union. 



sad faces could be 




Mr. Herbert Carter conducted 
June 9, just prior graduation 



Ites Outstanding Leaders. 




Senior Class President Giles Hopkins presided over the meeting . 



An impressive address was delivered by State Senator Robert Morgan who is 
Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees and an Alumnus of East Carolina College. 



1,050 Seniors Receive Degrees i) 





Besty Bryant, along with the other marshals, serves as hostesses to the 
graduating class at the party given by Dr. Jenkins. 



Graduation exercises for the 1,050 seniors 
were held for the first time in the James S. Ficklen 
Memorial Stadium on Sunday afternoon, June 9. 
The stadium, with a capacity of 16,000 seated 
comfortably the proud parents, relatives, and 
friends of the seniors. 

Graduate students, faculty members, and ad- 
ministrative officers of the college, members of 
the Board of Trustees, and special guests began 
the program with an academic procession of sen- 
iors. 

President Leo W. Jenkins opened the program 
with a warm welcome followed by an impres- 
sive address given by guest speaker Edward R. 
Murrow. Vice President and Dean Robert L. Holt 
assisted Dr. Jenkins in conferring the degrees 
to the class of 1963. Approximately 635 gradu- 
ates received the Bachelor of Science degree, 
199 received the Bachelor of Arts degree, three 
received the Bachelor of Music degree, and 248 
graduates received the Master of Arts degree. 



Commencement exercises were highlighted by 
given to the seniors by Edward R. Murrow. 



ing challenge 



icklen Memorial Stadium 





John Hedgepath receives his diploma from Dr. Posey, 
head of the English Department, immediately following 
the Commencement exercises. 




Students, faculty, and administrative officials attend an elaborate farewell party the night before graduation. 



Summer . . 




a season which consists of hard studying 
yet much pleasure comes from various 
summer activities. It is a time for short 
excursions to the beach, watermelons, 
Fourth of July fireworks, swimming dates 
and new subjects. Summer, full of long 
hot days, finds everyone outdoors par- 
ticipating in such sports as baseball, golf, 
and tennis. In the evening, summer gives 
an air of enchantment to the campus 
when long walks are enjoyed by the 
students. Summer brings with it new 
friends and green freshmen for pre- 
registration. 






Students load a car for a short trip to the warm sandy beach. 



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An interesting conversation on a warm aften 
soon becomes a shared memory. 



Wild excitement prevails during a game on the beac 



Four Concerts Highlight Entertainme 





o weeks East Carolina College served as host 

9 than 500 talented high school boys and girls 
the Tenth Summer Music Camp. These young 
hailed from all over the country. It was the 

us of opinion that this collection of talent 

e best ever witnessed on campus. 




ries for the Summer Session, 





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^1 Students of the 


campus were socially entertained and culturally e 
of famed pianist, Greg Colson, on July 29. 


nlights 








the appearance 




s flash and reporters interview a: 
a of 1964, Jean Flynn Swanner, ar 
t Ficklen Stadium. 


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; Ahoskie and Miss North 
or the Boy's Home Benefit 














The Kaleidoscope Players 
of the Entertainment Serie 


present an enjoyable performance to the student 
s for the summer session. 


body 



Many outstanding events made the summer of 
1963 a memorable one. The Entertainment Series 
sponsored by the Student Government Associa- 
tion provided popular entertainment for the stu- 
dents on campus. On July 29, a "Piano Plus Per- 
sonality" Concert was presented by a well-known 
artist, Greg Colson. Classical and popular music 
Tiade the show a success. A dance and musical 
orogram was presented on July 1 1 by a trio 
<nown as "Three in Concert." Those who com- 
oosed the trio were Douglas Williams, Sandra 
\/olkert, and Ivan Allen. 

The Tenth Summer Music Camp took place this 
summer on July 21 through August 3. More than 
500 juniors and seniors participated in the camp. 
^ staff of thirty-eight faculty members directed 
the work of the students. An annual Gala Concert 
•vas presented by the bands and majorettes as 
5 finale to the week. 




Exhibitions Drau 




It s going, going, gone! ! 

Every three months a Lost and Found Auction takes place 
in the College Union to enable students to purchase the lost 
articles which have not been claimed. 



Mr. Blackwell, a L. G. Balfou r representative, fits students with 



ttention to Campus Culture. 



'he arrival of the 1963 BUCCANEER was an 
exciting day for editor, Walter Faulkner, as 
le presented a new copy to Frances Gupton. 
}n June 5 and 6, 5,100 yearbooks were 
distributed among the students. This event 
narked the end of many months of long hard 
vork by both the yearbook staff and Taylor 
'ublishing Company. 






1 the spring art exhibitions take many colors. Bill Rackley explains an art exhibit 
t a private showing at the College Union while others contribute to the Fine Arts 
estival later in May. 



Polly Bunting receives a bouquet of roses and a congratulatory 
hug from Tommy Ellen during the pinning ceremony. 



Cigarette Tally Brings Profit of $10,000. 



"Let's vote" was the cry of the interested 
Student Government Association personnel as 
the campaign for the Summer School officers be- 
gan. With only voting by 279 people, George 
Wightman was the victor over three write-in can- 
didates for the presidential post. Eleven positions 
were filled by the election. 

Another count was made, but not for officers. 
The final Liggett and Myers cigarette tally was 
reached with a profit to the school of over ten 
thousand dollars. With this money, a portable 
shell for outdoor events was purchased and was 
first used by the band for their Lawn Concert. 

After the tallying was completed, attention 
turned toward the watermelon cuttings which 
were given by the College Union. Held on the 
mall at least every two weeks, students left their 
class at three o'clock in the afternoon to receive 
their portion of the juicy, red meat. Politicians and 
hungry people were truly an integral part of the 
summer school life. 




Miss Mendenhall, 
receives a juicy slii 



that everyone 





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ie pieces and clocking apparatuses must be tested before a sports 
race can be held. Such is the scene at the Buccaneer Sports 
race. 



The flag goes down, and off goes the Corvair in the heated relays. 
This event takes place at Hillcrest Lanes on the Ayden Highway. 



Hundreds of Eager Freshmei 




New freshmen began a day of 
preregistration which would help 
them to understand the programs 
offered by the College. After a 
greeting from the administrative 
officials, they hurried off to 
their appointments for the day. 
Throughout the day several tests 
such as the mathematics, person- 
ality, and swimming were ad- 
ministered. Pictures were made 
for identification cards, and a tour 
of the library was conducted by 
the library personnel. Students 
then met with the heads of their 
respective departments. 

This day of preregistration was 
typical of any of the eleven Wed- 
nesdays throughout the summer. 
A group numbering from one to 
two hundred was present for 
each all day program. Approxi- 
mately 2,200 freshmen were en- 
rolled in the fall quarter of 1963. 



ander directed the freshmen toward their destinations 




arious topics 




placement test presented challenging 



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ttend First Summer Preregistration. 




Mr. Gene Lanier, while conducting a tour through the library, ind 
a book may be located. 




Mr. Steele of the Physical Education Department supervises the 
taking of the swimming proficiency tests. If the student passes, 
he does not have to take swimming while at the College. 



With the help of Miss Ruth White, Dean of Women, and Mr. 
Alexander, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, pictures are made 
for the identification cards. 
















I the Student C- 
students and 




The Fourth of July evening at FickW 



apped by a spectacular 



fireworks which lights the sky with color and beauty. 




Chief cook and bottle washer Sue Whittle prepares 



hamburgers for 



Brilliant fireworks burst forth! The center of attrac- 
tion for summer school was the Fourth of July. With a 
summer band of fifty pieces, the well-planned summer 
event took place at Ficklen Stadium under the auspices 
of the College Union. S. G. A. President George Wight- 
man served as master of ceremonies at this second an- 
nual event. An estimated crowd of 8,000 enjoyed the 
spectacular fireworks of Mr. E. E. Rawl, Jr., of Greenville. 

Another highlight of the two crowded summer ses- 
sions was the coronation of a queen to reign during 
the twelve week period. Selected by popular vote, Miss 
Sandra Denton walked away with the coveted title. 
Music for the event was the product of the Collegians. 

Bermudas were given the "go-light" for women when 
the Student Government Association sponsored the Eer- 
muda Ball. The maintenance parking lot was the site for 
the occasion. Rain poured down, but a few souls braved 
the weather. Fireworks and dances were the major so- 
cial events of the 1963 summer session. 



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Fireworks and Dances Are Major Events. 




couple does not let the rain stop their fun at the Bermu 



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A co-ed is awed by the talent and personality of a member of the Ivey League Trio. 



New fall fashions draw students to the Greenville stores. 



. a Season of Excitement 




The ever popular Dora's is a favorite hang-out for the East Carolina students. New acquaintances are made, and others are renewed among the college crowd. 



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Long Lines Stil 




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ypify Registration Process. 




students collect the registration fori 



Registration was the official beginning of fall quarter during which over 
six thousand students registered. With it came great demands of word and 
time from many people not seen or mentioned. With the aid of the IBAA 
machine, schedules were tabulated and needed only to be picked up by hope- 
ful students. Various other forms were issued and completed. On registration 
evening, a dance was given for all freshmen on the patio of the College Union. 
Friday morning classes began, and the school year resumed. 





A secluded stairway overlooking the ground floor of 
completion of vital forms of registration. 



•ight Building is the scene for hurried Help in signing up for various courses 

bers, Mrs. Fleming and Mr. Davis. 



given by faculty 




Students 



The majority of the blood donors were men such as the male student above. 




Several of the 190 blood donors await their turn to give blood. 




As fall opened, varied activities 
awaited the new freshmen and upper- 
classmen as they flocked to the cam- 
pus. October was Fair month and the 
college set was among the persons 
who attended the Pitt County Fair. 
With all items of amusement the fair 
led the entertainment field for the 
week of October 7 through 1 3. Special 
rates of thirty-five cents per student 
were charged for admission. "East 
Carolina College Night" was pro- 
claimed Monday and Thursday nights. 

As well as enjoyment for them- 
selves, the students also found time to 
help others. The Red Cross Blood- 
mobile visited the campus twice dur- 
ing the school year. At the fall count- 
up, 190 pints of blood were donated 
by the staff and students. In addition, 
there was student entertainment dur- 
ing the quarter. The Inter-Dormitory 
Council Talent Show on November 19 
spotlighted singing, dancing, twirling 
and comedy acts. Thirty-three entrants 
competed for the prize which was 
won by Roger Dawson, a talented 
vocalist. 




A Bermuda Ball, sponsored by the Student 
Government Association, provides exciting 



articipate in Various Campus Activities. 




Joyce Davis enjoys fluffy pink cotton candy, an essentia 
part of the Pitt County Fair. 




From girlie shows to exciting rides, the Pitt County Fair proved to be wild 
fun for the college students. 





fun for George Wightman and his date. 



accordion in the Inter-Dormitory Council Talent 




In keeping with the theme of progress, Phi Kappa Tau's float us> 
Morton Salt Slogan, "When It Rains, It Pours." 



Homecoming Parade 

Homecoming at East Carolina College demonstrated the 
theme of progress in which twenty floats in the colorful parade 
displayed the theme "Pirate's Parade of Progress." Martha Sum- 
wait Fullerton of Greensboro, North Carolina, reigned over the 
festivities as Homecoming Queen, along with her court of 
forty-five beauties. Hundreds of graduates viewed the pag- 
eantry displayed during the weekend. The Lettermen staged a 
performance at Wright Building on Friday night. On Saturday 
morning a parade with nearly one hundred units marched 
through downtown Greenville. The East Carolina-Western 
Carolina Football Game highlighted the afternoon's events. 

Alumni and other campus visitors attended open house in 
Wright Building after the game. Other special features in- 
cluded a reunion of the graduating class of 1953 and a re- 
ception in the Buccaneer Room honoring the football teams of 
1933 and 1953. 




East Carolina College Playhouse sponsors this float which represented 
current production of "Anthony and Cleopatra." 




Cheerleaders prepare to lead a throng of 
enthusiastic students to a pep rally in 
Ficklen Stadium prior to the Homecom- 
ing Game. 



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Miss Martha Sumwalt Fullerton of Greensboro, North Carolina, the 1963 Homecoming Queen, rides in the 
spectacular parade through Greenville and appeared in afternoon ceremonies during the Homecoming foot- 
ball game. 





Tommie Watson, dressed as a Wake Forest 
deacon, hobbles behind a float titled, 
"Southern Conference, Here We Come." 



The East Carolina Band and Majorettes proudly display their new band uniforms at the half 
the Homecoming football game. 

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rformances durii 



The Confederate flag flies high as throngs of people 
watch the East Carolina-Western Carolina Homecoming 
football game. 




S.G.A. Provides Five Events ii 




An accomplished performance was given by the East Carolina 
Majorettes during the performance of "Night Under The Stars." Lib 
Rogers led the act. 



The Glen Briley Combo was a feature in "Night Under The Stars" that the people of the 
area enjoyed, despite the chilly weather. 



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ntertainment Series. 



Entertainment is always welcomed by the college students. 
Many outstanding events were sponsored by the Student 
Government Association during the fall quarter. A "Hooten- 
anny" provided entertainment for the freshmen at Ficklen 
Stadium on September 11. For this event, Mike Settle along 
with the Ivey League Trio presented a variety of folk music. 

Another important event on October 1, "Night Under The 
Stars," presented entertainment provided by various folk 
singers, the college band, and majorettes. Two concerts were 
given by the United States Air Force Band on the campus on 
October 10. Dave Astor, along with The Lettermen, delighted 
the audience with their entertainment on October 18 during 
the Homecoming Queen Coronation Ceremony. 

The Julie London Concert provided the college with inter- 
esting entertainment on November 13. The Normon Luboff 
Choir, on November 21, provided such magnificent enter- 
tainment that three encores were performed by the choir. 
These events climaxed an eventful series of entertainment 
for the college students. 




Dave Astor and his antics add much zest to the Homecoming 
Coronation Pageant. 



Normon Luboff, with his troupe, appear on campus and delight the packed Wright Auditori 
with an outstanding performance. 







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The United States Air Force Band, America's Musical Ambassadors, under the direction of Colonel George S. Howard presen 



to the student body. 



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Buccaneer Pageant Exhibits Beaut 




The personnel of the Buccaneer Queen Pageant talk with Miss Jean Flynn Swanner 



Patricia Ann Huggins of Fort Barnwell was crowned 
queen of THE BUCCANEER, East Carolina College year- 
book, by Miss Cathy Shesso the former 1963 Buccaneer 
Queen. Miss Huggins is a senior education major. Among 
the dignitaries present for the October 14 event were 
Marilyn Van Derbur, Miss America of 1958; Mary Ann 
Mobley, Miss America of 1959; and Jean Flinn Swanner, 
Miss North Carolina of 1964. Miss Van Derbur acted as 
Mistress of Ceremonies, and Miss Mobley was Honorary 
Chairman of the judges. Miss Swanner did her perform- 
ance of 'The Snowman' on stage. 

The judges for the pageant were Mrs. Betty Lane 
Bissette, a former Miss North Carolina; Mrs. Lucia Peele, 
a former Miss Georgia; Jimmy Capps of Raleigh; and 
Curtis Albertson of Goldsboro. A sophomore psychology 
major, Miss Celia Kay Orr from Falls Church, Virginia, was 
first runner up. The second runner up was a senior from 
Williamston, Miss Polly Linda Bunting. 




Judges interview Miss Linda Ridenhour 
for the coveted title. 



of the thirty-five contesta 





Miss Lennis Farrell answers her 
to her by Marilyn Van Derbur. 




Miss Mary Ann Mobley and Mrs. Betty Lane Bissette cha 
by Chi Omega Sorority for the judges and contestants. 

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to be judged on 



irch down the 



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Tension and excitement fill the 
decision backstage. 




Royalty present at the pageant included Miss Jean Flynn 
Swanner, Miss North Carolina; the newly crowned Buccaneer 
Queen, Miss Patricia Huggins; Miss Marilyn Van Debur, Miss 



America of 1958; and Miss Mary Ann Mobley, Miss America 
of 1959. 





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Politics Play Large Role 



East Carolina College served as host to 
more than forty dignitaries at the dedication 
of Ficklen Memorial Stadium on September 21 
during the Wake Forest football game. Among 
the guests was Governor Terry Sanford who 
officially accepted the new stadium on behalf 
of the people of North Carolina. The dedica- 
tion of the stadium climaxed the end of a 
$350,000 dream of students and college per- 
sonnel. 




lies Jr., chairman of the stadiui 
Governor Sanford with th 
till for the stadium. 



Governor Sanford enjoys the East Carolina-Wake 
Forest football game. 




The home of President Leo W. Jenkii 
is the scene of a reception as part < 
the dedication activities of Ficklen St 



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n Campus. 



Dedication for the W. Kerr Scott Dormitory 
took place November 3. Guest speaker Terry 
Sanford emphasized East Carolina College's con- 
tribution to North Carolina as well as the im- 
portance of education. President Leo W. Jenkins 
introduced the program which was held in the 
five hundred man dormitory. 

Raleigh attorney, I. Beverly Lake, guest of the 
Conservatives Club in Greenville, spoke in Austin 
Auditorium on November 15. Lake stressed the 
Conservative attacks on big government. 





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of the President 



East Carolina College mourned with the rest of the world the death of Presi- 
dent Kennedy on November 22, 1963. The seniors could recall when three 
years ago the young campaigning senator visited the college. During the bleak 
weekend of his death all activities were canceled, and classes were suspended 
during his funeral. A memorial service was held in memory of the late President 
November 25. The College Concert Choir sang; the speakers were Oran Perry, 
Student Government Association President, and President Leo W. Jenkins. Politics 
was, therefore, active on the campus during the fall of 1963. 





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Students Enjo 



Fall continued to bring numerous activities to the 
campus. For the first time remembered, freshmen 
cheerleaders were elected to aid the regular squad 
and also to perform at pep rallies and games. As 
the Christmas season approached, the sororities 
and fraternities sponsored many worth while 
activities such as the party Kappa Alpha and Alpha 
Delta Pi gave for the Salvation Army children on 
December 5. Gifts were distributed by Santa Claus 
and refreshments were served. The annual College 
Union decoration party also on December 5 ended 
an exciting and prosperous first quarter. Refresh- 
ments and Christmas carols added the final touch 
to the festivities. 



The highlight of the College Union decorating party 
for the Christmas season. 




Christmas. 



New freshman cheerleaders per- 
form their activities with vigor and 
zest. The cheerleaders are from left 
to right Nancy Avery, Mary Beamon, 
Cheryl Walker, Pam Dalton, Lisa 
Green, and Barbara Griffin. 




bie Eason, Eddie Holmes, 
ipus fountain. 



Winter . . . 



that quiet season of the year when stu- 
dents find indoors to be the most com- 
fortable place for studying and socializ- 
ing. In this season of the year icy weather 
invades, cools the campus, yet warms the 
hearts of the students. The White Ball 
Dance and West Side Story, along with the 
various activities presented by the Col- 
lege Union, become prominent events of 
the winter quarter. The free movie spon- 
sored by the S.G.A. attracts weekly 
crowds and basketball still holds the in- 
terest of many spectators. The cold, brisk 
walks to class provide an interlude of 
refreshment during the activities of the 
day. Indeed, as the cold weather dom- 
inates campus life, the quarter becomes 
one of quietness. 





Jerry Tolley talks with the president of the college during a reception given by Dr. and Mrs 
Leo Jenkins in honor of sixty-five members of the Student Senate and their 



Eyerman, Carleeta Redfern, and George Wightman enjoy a liveh 
at the Student Senate Reception given January 28. 



a Season of Quietness. 




Students find the walk to classes a chilly ordeal on a cold, windy day. 



White Ball Raises $700.0 




Mr. W. S. Goodson presents Miss Linda Carole Danii 
roses as last year's winner, Miss Ann Carolyn Overton, 



the 1964 White Ball Queen, a bouquet 
sists in the coronation ceremony. 



From a field of thirty-eight contestants, Miss Linda Dan- 
iels, sponsor of Theta Chi, was chosen queen of the White 
Ball Dance sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega. This charity 
dance was held in Wright Auditorium February 1. The 
queen, a junior elementary education major from Durham, 
was chosen by the highest number of penny votes cast 
during a week of balloting. A sixteen piece band of stu- 
dents from the East Carolina School of Music, the Colleg- 
ians, provided the music for the dance. 



or Charity. 





Fun is the keynote of the White Ball Dance as Jim Cannon and hi; 





take a few minutes to relax as they observe, with interest, the dance floor. Jan Jackson with Bill Kincaid participat 

the intermission of the dance. 



a vigorous game of ping pong during 



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College Plans Summer Theater. 





Students talk informally with Judge Dan K. Moore 
before his evening address to the Pitt County Con- 
servatives Club February 4. 



Governor Terry Sanford, Senator 
Bonner, and Senator Humber visited 
the college for the performance of 
"West Side Story" presented by the 
college playhouse. The dignitaries 
complimented local officials on the 
performance of the play and on 
their initiative to complete plans for 



the East Carolina College Summer 
Theater. This theater has a tentative 
schedule of six musical comedies 
to be presented to the public in July 
and August, 1964. The summer 
theater will be composed of a staff 
of fifty members. The plays will be 
presented in AAcGinnis Auditorium. 



Try Sanford and Mrs. Jenkins enjoy an interesting dis- 
prior to the presentation of "West Side Story." 



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While some people dance to the music of WWWS-AM radio, others ponder 
over a game of bridge. 



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J. W. Gaddy and Brenda Cox exchange Valentine greetings in front of the Happy 
Valentine Card in the College Union. 




College Union Sponsors Valentine Party. 





Refreshments are enjoyed by the college students during the Valentine Party in the College Union February 14. 



College coed Peggy Rideout wins a door 
prize at the Valentine Dance. As Peggy 
opens her prize, she is surprised to find 
that she has won a steak dinner with John 
Noe. 



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Off Beat Moments of the Photographer. 




It's sleepy time once again. 



"I always did love to roller skate down 
Fifth Street." 




There will be at least two lovely ladies on the campus tomon 



"Sleeping is my favorite pastir 
cafeteria are dirty." 

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FIRST ROW: Gary Domanski, 
Barnes, Chuck Conners, Jim 
Edwards, Lawrence Keith, Ci 



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Arthur Henretta, Jim Raymor, Bob Kaylor, Pete 
obinson, and Junior Green. SECOND ROW: J. W. 
Iton Barnes, Ollie Jarvis, Buddy Bovender, Fred 



Rodriques, and Bobby Joyce. THIRD ROW: Tommy Norman, Mike Smith, Merril 
Bynum, Lacy West, Roger Hedgecock, and Tommy Kidd. 




Have Impressive 



Earl Smith has been coaching college ball for nine- 
teen years and has been at East Carolina for the past 
eleven years. During this, his first season as head 
baseball mentor, Coach Smith led the Bucs to a Dis- 
trict 26 Championship, a Southern Regional Cham- 
pionship, and a third place in the N.A.I.A. Finals. 

Coach Smith said, "The team was well balanced 
and could make the big play when necessary." The 
climax to Coach Smith's first season was the signing 
of two of his 1963 players, Lacy West and Tommy 
Kidd, to professional contacts with the Cincinnati 
Redlegs. 



Coach Smith finds i 



The 1963 season was a good one for the Pi- 
rates, with wins over such powerful teams as 
Wake Forest, Ithaca, Colgate, and Southern 
nois. As Southern Regional Champions, the Bucs 
went to St. Joseph, Missouri, for the N.A.I. A. 
finals. Three All-State seniors are on this team: 
Lacy West, Carlton Barns, and Tommy Kidd. Lacy 
West was also named All-American. With the 
majority of the team returning, the Pirates expect 
another good season. 




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As Coach Smith prepares to change pitchers, he holds a conference on the mound with Carlton 
Green, Tommy Kidd, Jim Robinson, and Lacy West. 



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J. W. Edwards, Pirate catcher, sprints home to score. 



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J. W. Edwards grabs foul lip to retire the side. 





Coach Earl Smith gives advice to Carlton Barnes who holds one 



1963 Basebal 



Merrill Bynum, right fielder, gets the signal 




Presbyterian 1 

Southern Illinois 2 

Colgate 1 

Ithaca 7 

Ithaca . ... 2 

Wake Forest 

William and Mary _. 1 

Delaware 9 

Delaware 12 

Washington and Lee 3 

Bowling Green 9 

Bowling Green 2 

Camp Lejeune 4 

Atlantic Christian 

Florida State 6 

Elon 3 

Atlantic Christian .... 1 

Elon . -- 1 

Wake Forest 3 

Regular season totals — . 14-4-1 



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Tommy Kidd, veteran first baseman, heads for third. 



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East Carolina 14 

East Carolina 6 - 

East Carolina 12 

East Carolina 

East Carolina 6 

East Carolina 3 

East Carolina 2 

East Carolina 1 

East Carolina 7 

East Carolina 1 1 

East Carolina 9 

East Carolina 

East Carolina 6 

East Carolina 

East Carolina 1 

East Carolina .._. 17 

East Carolina 2 

East Carolina 13 

East Carolina 5 



Coach Smith confers with Lacy West, Pirate pitche 



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N.A.I. A. TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE 

Grambling 

California Western 

North Dakota State 

Winona State 

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ravels to Saint Joseph, Missouri. 



Fred Rodriquez is forced to slide for the base 
in the third game of the tourney. 




Carlton Barns slides in safe at third base in the game with North Dakota State. 




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Eiduke, Gary Mull, Bill Brogden, Charles Rose, Chappy Bradner, 



NAIA Tournament. 



After a successful season of confer- 
ence play including wins over Guilford, 
14-4 and Atlantic Christian, 14-3, the 
Pirate linksmen went to Boone, N.C., for 
the twenty-sixth annual N.A.I. A. Tourna- 
ment. East Carolina College placed sec- 
ond to Appalachian College despite rain 
and the unfamiliar course. The team was 
well rounded with each member coming 
in first at one time or another during the 
season. Bill Brogden led the golfers as 
captain. 




Coach Ray Pennington rallies strokes. 



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in Clark, Ray Stalling*, Blarney Tanner, Bane Shaw, Richard Hodges, Chad Farris, Ed Dunn, and Ben 



Pirate Netters . 



Although the 1963 tennis team was not in a 
conference, it was as successful as it has been in 
the previous six seasons during which the netters 
held the Carolina Conference championship. One 
of the victims which fell to the Pirate netmen was 
Atlantic Coast Conference foe— Wake Forest, 5 

to 1. 

Each match was like a tournament in itself. 
The Bucs proved their power again by ending up 
with the impressive won-loss record of eleven 
to three. 



East Carolina Lead Over Richmond 




FIRST ROW: Jim Hoover, Jerry Tolley, Mike Handy, Dinky Mills. SECOND ROW: Bill McCants, Bill McPhall, Whitty Bass, Jerry Aimsfield. THIRD ROW: Rober 
Tallon, Leroy Spivey, Joe Price, Guy Hagerty, Tom Crocker, and Jim Poole. 



For the track meet against the University of Richmond, 
Jerry Tolley teamed with Bill McPhall to lead the East 
Carolina Pirates over the Spiders. Both won two events, 
placed third in one event, and ran a leg in the mile relay. 
They scored twenty-four and one-half points between 
them. Tolley won the triple jump and the 220 yard dash; 
McPhall, the high jump and the 880 race. The Buc trackmen 
also gained points from Whitty Bass who won the 440- 
yarder. Tom Michel took the 330 intermediates. Poole 

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placed first in shot put competition. McWatters won the 
javelin throw. 

The East Carolina cindermen had a successful season 
despite the hardship of no home track. The Bucs placed sec- 
ond in a tri-meet with North Carolina State College and 
Campbell College. Tolley finished second in three events— 
the triple jump, the 100 yard dash and the 200 yarder, 
totaling nine points for the Pirates. 



72-68. 




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Cindermen . . . 





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. . Close Season . 



East Carolina Pirate trackmen gave the Lenoir Rhyne 
Bears some tough competition before bowing 52-42 in 
District 26 NAIA championship meet. EC's points gained 
in Greensboro were accumulated with one first place, five 
second place, two third place, and two fourth place 
finishes. The first place Buc victors were all in the same 
event. Bill McCants, Joe Price, and Guy Hagerty finished 
in a three-way tie for first place in pole vault competition. 
Jerry Tolley scored a second ■ place in the 220. Berny 
McWatters took second place in the javelin. Whitty Bass 
came- in second in the 440 and McPhall finished third in 
the 880. 



Jim Poole 
tourney. 



Coacti Odell Welborn and Coach Henry Vansant count the 




Second in 
NAIA Meet. 






Bill McCants takes a high hurdle. 



Bids Taken on Track. 



Bids for construction of a proposed quarter- 
mile oval, with fixtures for track and field events 
have been called. Specifications call for complete 
drainage of the infield, where facilities for pole 
vault, high jump, diseus throw, shot put, and 
broad jump will be installed. The oval runway 
will be divided into nine lanes. A new type of 
track surface developed to replace cinders will 
be used. The track will be located south of 
Ficklen Stadium. 



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Pirates Face Strongest Scheduh 





FIRST ROW: Jim Hoover, Richard Leggett, Neal Linker, Ikey Bullard, Ralph 
Royster, Jerry Tolley, Larry Rudisill, Ralph Kinsey, Dennis Mills, Larry 
Hopkins, Bill Cline, Buddy Bovender, Norman Swindel, Johnny Canup, and 
Kenneth Robertson. 

SECOND ROW: Colon Quinn, Phil Harris, Rubie Lewis, Ricky Jarrell, Dave Neil, 






Ken Heath, Corie McRae, Skipper Duke, Dave Alexander, Frankie Galloway, 
Ruffin Odom, Lynn Goforth, Ted Day, Dave Bungarner, and Maurice Allen. 
THIRD ROW: Richard Hunnicutt, Truman Hilton, Whitty Bass, Raymond Perry, 
John Summer, Tom Michel, Elmer Krusa, Bill McPhall, Jim Leftwich, Mitchel 
Cannon, Buddy Stewart, and Johnny Anderson. 




Head football coach, Clarence Stasavich, fields hi: 
second Pirate football squad. 



East Carolina Football History. 



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Season 






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Cline picks up fi\ 




IDC Aivard 

Player of the Week 

Tom Michel 



Richmond Nips ECC 10-7. 



A fourth quarter field goal provided the winning points for 
Richmond as it defeated East Carolina, in the season's opener. 
For the second year, the Pirates have forced the Southern 
Conference member to come from behind to gain the victory. 

In the first quarter, two East Carolina touchdowns were 



called back for illegal procedure and illegal motion. The 
Pirates held the upper hand in the first half although the 
score was tied 7 to 7. In the second half Richmond took com- 
mand. A fieid goal from East Carolina's twenty five yard line 
settled the issue 10 to 7 in favor of the Spiders. 




Stadium Dedication 



East Carolina College dedicated its new 
16,000-seat football stadium as it played 
Wake Forest. Ground was broken for the 
J. S. Ficklen Memorial Stadium on May 3, 
1962. It is named for a Greenville man who 
was one of the nation's leading tobacconists. 
The stadium is valued at $350,000.00. 



East Carolina Pirates Ro 



Fullback Tom Michel sparks three touchdowns 





IDC Award 

Player of the Week 

Frankie Galloway 




ver Wake Forest 20-10. 



As a capacity crowd of 16,000 looked on, East Carolina 
upset Wake Forest with a resounding 20-10 victory. They 
spotted the Deacons the lead twice, but with the versatile 
single-wing offensive they took complete control of the action. 
Hopeful Deacs could not match the Pirate offense. The Pirates 
scored the last two times they came into possession in the first 
half and the first time they had it in the second to go ahead. 
There was no more scoring for Wake Forest after that, with 
East Carolina holding the upper hand. 

The Deacs received the opening kickoff, drove to the Pirate 



fifteen and kicked a field goal for a 3-0 lead. East Carolina 
recovered a fumble and Michel scored from the two yard 
line, with four minutes in the first half, Wake Forest held a 
10-6 advantage. Bovender started a drive and East Carolina 
led 12-10 at the half. 

The Pirates took the kickoff and moved fifty-five yards in 
thirteen plays for a touchdown. The Deacs were crushed 
20-10. A pass to Johnny Anderson was good for a two point 
conversion. East Carolina had a net gain of one hundred ninety 
yards rushing and passed for seventy-one yards. 





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Pirates Take Terriers 34-7. 



Rain failed to dampen the Pirate single wing 
charge on Wofford. The same potent running 
and passing that made Wake Forest a victim 
wrecked the Terriers from South Carolina. Wof- 
ford fumbled four times to the hard hitting 
Bucs. This, plus a blocked punt on the Wofford 
twelve yard line, gave East Carolina good scor- 
ing opportunities. Although Wofford scored 
first, the Pirates retaliated with a sixty-two yard 
pass complete to Bumgarner. Mills also scored 
on a pass. The Bucs piled up 356 yards in total 
offense and completed seven out of ten passes. 




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Player of the Week 

Dave Bumgarner 



holds Elon scoreles: 



Bucs Down Elon 6-0. 



East Carolina scored late in the fourth 
quarter to defeat the fighting Christians. The 
Pirates took the Elon kickoff, moved to the 
Elon thirty-four yard line where defenses 
tightened. There they were forced to punt. 
Elon could not move beyond their own twen- 
ty-seven line in the second half. 

Elon intercepted a pass and initiated a 
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drive that led to the Pirate two yard line. 
The Bucs held their line. An exchange of 
punts was followed by the East Carolina 
squad's major offensive. On the Elon twenty- 
six with four minutes in the game, the single 
wing combination began to click under the 
guidance of acting Coach Welborn. Cline 
went off tackle for the Pirate six points. 




East Carolina Raps 
Presbyterian 24-7. 



The Pirates came from behind to defeat 
the Blue Hose of Clinton, South Carolina, 
24-7. Presbyterian drew first blood, capital- 
izing on a fumble, to lead 7 to 0. John An- 
derson jarred the punt receiver and took 
over the Bucs on the forty-three yard line. 
Two plays brought the Pirates to midfield; 
here Mills scored with a fifty-yard dash on 
a reverse play. The score was 8 to 7 in favor 
of the Pirates. Late in the third period the 
single wing machine began to roll. Driving 
From the Blue Hose forty, Cline hit Bum- 
garner on a jump pass for the score. With 
fwelve minutes left in the game, the Bucs 
neld 17 to 7 lead. Defensive back Jerry 
folly intercepted a pass on East Carolina's 
wenty-six yard line and scampered to the 
Dne yard mark. Mills crossed the goal line 
and a pass to Allen completed the game. 



IDC Award 

Player of the Week 

Bill 
McPhall 



IDC Award 




Hunnicutt attempts to block punt. 



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50-0 Victory Mark 




rd running Mills broke 



gncy piece of footwork. 

IDC Award 

Player of the Week 

Buddy Bovender 




Sophomore tailback. Buddy Bovender, sho 
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imax of Homecoming. 



Some eleven thousand spectators thrilled to a near perfect 
Pirate performance on October 19. The Buc offense kept the 
crowd on its feet much of the time. The tackling and blocking 
was teeth-rattling. The Pirates took command early in the 
game and never let up. At the end of the first period, full- 
back Tom Michel, end Dave Bumgarner, and wingback Dinky 
\Aills had secured a lead of 23-0 for East Carolina College. 

At halftime the score read 36-0, after a touchdown by 
3uddy Bovender and a seventeen yard pass from Cline to 
^derson. Buc defense poured it on and held the Catamounts 
virtually motionless. In the third period, Michel powered over 
from the four, following wingback Jerry Tolley's eighty-two 
/ard return of the second half kickoff. In the fourth quarter, 
3ovender carried three times from the Cat thirty-nine to score. 
Ralph Royster kicked the fiftieth point. The Cats crossed mid- 
Held only once during the entire game when they were not 
: orced to punt. 




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The Pirate defense held the C 



Dinky Mills grabs a pass from CI 
fourth touchdown of the 




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yards per kick. 



leading punter in the Southern Conference, who hails from Gr> 



ille, N.C., and lowered 



EC Pirates March Over th 




East Carolina College, rated as an underdog in the battle 
with the Citadel Cadets, tore through the ranks of the South- 
ern Conference team. The Bucs crushed the high punting 
average of Andresen. Until the Pirate invasion he had been 
averaging 42.5 yards per boot— enough to be ranked nation- 
ally. He was rushed to the extent of having one kick blocked 
and his average was 29 yards per punt. The defense unit 
kept the Cadets contained in their own territory all but three 
times during the game. They forced the South Carolina team 
to punt seven times and recovered two of their fumbles. 
Mitchell Cannon was outstanding on defense as he moved in 
fast to block a Citadel punt to set up the last Pirate score. 

In rolling up a 20-6 victory the defensive squad did not 
gain all the glory as the offense showed an exceptional 
amount of talent. The Pirates picked up 385 yards in total and 
dominated the entire contest. Nine plays following the start 
of game, the Bucs hit paydirt. Cline calmly tossed the ball 28 
yards to Mills for the first tally. 



irate fullback, Tom Michel, clears defending Cadets. 







Co-captain Maurice Allen stretches for the elusive pigskii 



IDC Award 

Player of the Week 

Ted Day 

Citadel 20-6, 



The extra two points came with a pass complete to 
Bumgarner to set the score 8 to 0. Four minutes later, 
East Carolina went into action again. Tom Michel raced 
through the Cadets on a fifty-four yard touchdown 
scamper. The Citadel team rallied and moved to East 
Carolina's eight yard line, but the stout Buc line halted 
them. The score 14-0, stood at halftime and remained 
throughout the third period. The final East Carolina tally 
came with a wingback reverse by Jerry Tolly. The attempt 
for the extra point was unsuccessful and gave the Pirates 
a 20-0 lead. 

With less than a minute and a half remaining in the 
game, the Cadet eleven managed to hit pay dirt. A pass 
from the Cadet quarterback to the end gained their lone 
score for the game. The East Carolina Pirates claimed 
their prize as the game ended shortly after the Citadel 
touchdown. This was a very important victory for East 
Carolina College, who continued to prove capable of com- 
peting in the Southern Conference. 




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Cadets hold Bill Cline to 34 yards rushing. 



Lenoir Rhyne Bows to th 



The "Fighting Pirates" picked up their eighth consecutive 
win from Lenoir Rhyne. The Pirates responded well to the 
task of defending against the single wing as they held the 
Lenoir Rhyne Bears to 38-yards passing and 84-yards rushing. 
The first half lacked the usual Pirate color because they had to 
defend the old time single wing for the first time. The only 
score in the first half came when Ralph Royster recovered a 
Bear fumble. Two plays later, Bovender plunged over the 
goal line. The rest of the half was highlighted by defensive 
work by both teams. 



The second half took on the spirit of East Carolina football as 
the Pirates started to use a little deception. For the first time, 
the Bucs used a split end. Using this formation, Bass teamed 
with Bovender for a 33-yard pass touchdown combination. 
The last two Pirate tallies were reaped from the use of hard- 
knock football in Pirate style. 

The East Carolina line must be recognized for the outstand- 
ing job it did in holding the Bears, who never scored. Be- 
cause of the work of front men like Lewis, Royster, and Day, 
the bears had to leave the field with a loss of 28-0. 



Buddy Bovender, sophomore tailback, demonstrates 
his pass technique. 




Maurice 
Allen 



Ken Heath lunges for the Lenoir Rhyne tailback. 



Eighty Pirates. 



Richard Huneycutt makes a flying tackle to drop the foe behind the line of 
scrimmage. 




Hard hitting Frankie Galloway and Dave Bumgarner build a defensive wall to block any advance 




Bucs Top 
Tampa 14-8. 



The last game of the Pirates' regular season was marked 
by fumbles which cost many prime positions. When the Buc's 
defense tightened, Mitchel Cannon recovered a Tampa fumble 
on the 20-yard line. The hard hitting Pirate line forced the 
Spartan eleven to play an aerial game. East Carolina line braced 
at the 6-yard line and blocked a field goal attempt; however, 
Val Johnson, Tampa quarterback, raced into the end zone and 
gave Tampa its first score. The final Spartan tally came as 
uddy Bovender was tackled in the end zone, 
n the third quarter the Pirates added another tally to the 
first half touchdown by Michel and two-point conversion of 
Jerry Tolly to complete the scoring. Dave Alexander intercepted 
a Spartan pass which set up the Bovender touchdown run. 
The final score was 14-8. This game wrapped up the Pirate's 
successful season and paved the way to the Eastern Bowl 
game. 



E. C. C. Boasts Bowl Bid, 



Despite the intense cold and frozen field, the Bucs dom- 
inated the Eastern Bowl clash with Northeastern Univer- 
sity. Both Tom Michel and Larry Rudisill made 80-yard 
touchdown plays in the second half. In the first period 
Michel went over from the fifteen to give the first tally 
of the game. Northeastern drove to the Pirate eleven yard- 
line only to be blocked by the stout Buc line. After scoring 
two field goals, the Huskies relinquished the ball. Michel 
took the ball on a fake back lateral and scampered 82- 
yards to pay dirt. The next East Carolina tally came in 
less than three minutes. Larry Rudisill caught a deflected 
pass from Cline and ran 50-yards to score. These plays 
took the spirit from the Huskies and the remaining min- 
utes belonged to the Bucs. Bovender connected with 
Allen for 18-yards that clinched the game. Tom Michel 
was voted the game's top back; Frankie Galloway, most 
valuable player. 




Johnny Anderson is hauled down after making an eight yard gain 
scoring play. 




Tom Michel di' 



Football Awards Are 



Maurice Allen collects four honors: the Most Valuable Player Award, 
the E. E. Rawl Award for Scholarship, the Lance Award for Leadership, 
and the Outstanding Senior Award. As team captain, Maurice has 
served as an example of scholarship as well as leadership. 





Ted Day receives the Best Blocker Award 
for the second year in a row. Ted, a junior 
from Washington, North Carolina, ably fills 
the guard position on the Pirate squad. 



Presented at Annual Banquet. 



Outstanding Freshma 



As middle linebacker, Frankie Galloway earned the 
team's Outstanding Player Award. Both his defensive 
ability and his prowess as the offensive center won for 
him the distinction of Little Ail-American. 






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Frosh Squad Meets Top Teams. 







FIRST ROW.- Ed Dal/, Gilbert Moore, Jim York, John Crew, Keith Sauls, Sieve Wright. Pete 
Crane, Buster Hawkins, Sammy Viverette, Richard Davis, Bill Decker, and Charlie Forbes. 

SECOND ROW: Church.ll Grimes, Walter Boslic Jim Baennan. Henr, Toylor, Leroy Cobb 
Kenn Dodd, Al Colder, W. C. Daniels, Bob Goodman, Robert Ellis, Ted Lawson, and Nelson 



During the N. C. State game, Head Coach Henry Vansant an> 
End Coach Jerry Paul discuss strategy and possible subst 




The Baby Bucs played two North Caro- 
..na teams: Chowan College and N. C. State. 
The schedule also included- Fredrick Military 
Academy, Apprentice School and the fresh- 
man team of the University of Richmond, 
Richmond, Virginia. 




Cheerleaders Spar 



For the first time in East Carolina College history, male cheer- 
leaders were selected to add pep and sparkle to the squad. Par- 
ticipating in the Homecoming parade and cheering at all of the 
home games were but a small portion of the activities of this 
energetic group of team boosters. Well-organized pep rallies, giant 
bon fires, and new cheers helped to raise school spirit to an all- 
time high. Dicky Tayloe, able leader of this spirited squad, found 
tremendous student support for its varied endeavors. 



'Here come the 1 



Bryan Bennett, organizer of the squad, removes 
his hat in a salute to the students that have the 
"Biq Time" school spirit. 




tches the kick-off, Patsy Kennedy and Les 



Dint. 




ROW: Eddie Barnes, Phil Cates, Dicky Tayloe, Bill Cunniff, Tom Scott. SECOND ROW: Patsy Kennedy, Mary 
Donnie Hicks, Leslie Kent, Linda Killian, Gigi Guice, Doris Hoover, Nancy Suggs, Donna Markham. 



FIRST ROW: Larry Phillips, Butch Ricks, Billy Brogden, and Roger Reges. SEC- 
OND ROW: Grady Williamson, Jerry Woodside, Bobby Kinnard, and Bill Eure. 



ABSENT: Don Holman, Gerald Parker, Tom Scotf, Bill Otte, and Russ Knowles. 



Basketball 



With twenty-four games on the 1964 schedule, the Pirate bas- 
ketball team saw a losing season. Sixteen teams were encountered 
for the 15-9 record. Top scorer for the season was Bill Otte with 
a 18.5 point average. Don Holman came in second with 15.0 and 
Jerry Woodside was a close third with 14.8 points per game. 

Not only was East Carolina out scored, but the team also was 
beaten on the rebounds. The average number of rebounds per 
game for the Pirates was 70.9 and the opponents, 75.8. Lead- 
ing rebounds for the Bucs were Jerry Woodside, Bobby Kinnard, 
and Bill Otte. The team captain for the year was Billy Brogden. 



Buc pilot, Coach Wendell Carr, is giving instructions on strategy 
during a time out. Last year Coach Carr was coach for the 
freshman squad. His experience with the "Baby Bucs" has 
enabled him to step into the position of head coach of the 
"Fighting Pirates." 






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E. C. C. Downs Lenoir Rhyne 77-66, 



Bobby Kinnard hooks over the block of a Lenoir Rhyne opponent. 




Billy Brogcten goes in for a layup. 



Bucs Fall to Christians 




in Two Encounters. 



Grady Williamson's attempt to score is blocked in the cage battle with Atlantic Christian College 




Bucs End Season With 9-15 Record. 





ECC 


OPP. 




ECC 


OPP. 


RESULTS 


SCORE 


SCORE 


RESULTS 


SCORE 


SCORE 


Richmond 


67 


71 


Atlantic Christian 


85 


89 


High Point 


48 


84 


Virginia Tech 


68 


71 


Lenoir Rhyne 


77 


77 


V.AA.I. 


78 


86 


Frederick 


101 


78 


Oglethorpe 


64 


61 


Wilmington 


87 


70 


The Citadel 


79 


85 


Elon 


70 


71 


High Point 


68 


72 


Davidson 


77 


105 


Pikeville 


81 


63 


Oglethorpe 


59 


66 


Belmont Abbey 


77 


58 


Cumberland 


96 


93 


Elon 


60 


66 


Oglethorpe 


79 


67 


Davidson 


45 


105 


Elon 


57 


82 


Atlantic Christian 


71 


88 


William and Mary 


47 


64 


Lenoir Rhyne 


62 


57 



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ECC 


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SCORE 


SCORE 


RESULTS 


SCORE 


SCORE 


Duke 




74 


82 


Myrtle Beach AB 


114 


87 


Richmond 




73 


95 


Va. Tech. 


60 


105 


Louisburg 




77 


78 


V.M.I. 


66 


67 


Richmond 




70 


80 


Myrtle Beach AB 


116 


85 


Carolina Mili 


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107 


61 


Citadel 


83 


93 


Louisburg 




72 


70 


E.M.I. 


73 


78 


E.AA.I. 




93 


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William and Mary 


82 


74 


William and 


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78 


88 


Chowan 


73 


71 


Chowan 




77 


76 


Davidson 


89 


84 


City of Albe 


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109 


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FIRST ROW: Lanis Smith, Charles LaRue, Fred Bonner, ar 
OND ROW: Billy Duckett, Dan Pasquariello, Mike Bake 



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FIRST ROW: Coach Norman J. Cox, Dick Fogel, Les Gerber, Mike Hamilton, Joel Segan. SECOND ROW: Gerry Askins, Dave Fitzgerald, 
Buddy McCotter, John Miller, Jerry Perkins. 



mkmen Set College Records. 




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Larry Hewes 
Chuck Norwood 
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Jim Marasco 
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Paul Donohue holds the school record for the 
meter dive. 



E.C.C. Wrestlers Boat 




FIRST ROW Keith Douglas, Jerry Williamson, Bob Lane, Frank Guarino, Marshall Cotoe. SECOND ROW: Ray Perry, Neel Linker, 
Dave Wilcox, Guy Hagarty, Mike Lambeth. ABSENT: Bob Moody, Leroy Cobb, Jim Brennan, Kennett Dodd. 



Jerry Willianson, Freshman wrestle 
down N.C. State contender. 



Keith Douglas, sophomore letterman, wrestles Carolina 
man. Below, Douglas grapples with a Pfeiffer College wrest- 



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With lettermen returning in all but one weight 
class, the Buc wrestlers post a fine season. The East 
Carolina wrestlers has conquered five teams: Duke 
University, R.P.I., St. Andrews, Pembroke and Pfeiffer. 
Neel Linker rates as top Pirate Grappler with a 9-1 
record. Dave Wilcox is ranked second on the squad. 
Bill Cunniff acts is assistant coach until Coach Bob 
3antt is free from football duties. 





Bob Gantt does double duty, serving not 
only as wrestling coach but also as as- 
sistant football coach. 



Neel Linker, sophon 
opponent. 



grapples with Doug McKenzi, Pfeiffer College 




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lans Intramurals 




Lambda Chis are the first to stage coed football game. 



Peggy Thurman scampers for touchdown. 



C. U. Sponsors Competition. 



FIRST ROW: Dora Brown, Sandy Lester, Sherry Linker, Dot 
Ellen, and Malcom Griffith. SECOND ROW: Ben Willoughby, 
Jim Moss, Andrea Whitchard, Bill Johnson, Roger Nixon, 
and Eddie Ezzell. 




Intramural Program Offers Variety. 




Phi Taus and Delta Sigs wage bowling battle. 



Theta Chis lead in the three-leg i 





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Alumni Association 



The objectives of the East Carolina College Alumni 
Association are threefold: to keep alumni informed 
about the college activities; to encourage alumni to 
represent the college in their respective communities; 
and to persuade each alumnus to make an annual 
contribution to the East Carolina College Development 
Fund. 

In the office located in the Mamie Jenkins Building, 
are an alphabetical list of all graduates, a class file, 
and a geographical file by counties which is sub-filed 
by towns on addressograph plates. About seventeen 




Homecoming brings alumni, administrative offi 
the campus. Some of them were spectators at 
Auditorium held on Saturday night. 



Officers for the Alumni Association are George Willard, president; Mrs. Ruth Garner, treasurer; 
Miss Janice Hardison, secretary; Fodie Hodges, outgoing president; and Evan Griffin, director 
of the Williamston district. 



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)rms Development Fund for College. 



housand alumni receive a monthly newsletter from 
he alumni office, and both on and off campus 
ctivities of alumni from across the state are coordina- 
=d through the alumni secretary. 

In addition, the Alumni Association also supports 
ie college through individual contributions to the 
levelopment Fund, organized by a'umni in 1962 to 
olicit contributions of unrestricted money for devel- 
pmental needs as they might arise. Contributions 
)me from alumni living in all fifty states and in sev- 
ral foreign countries. 



lr. Jack Young accepts the Alumnus of the Year Award for Billy Green. 
ie presentation is made by Mr. Robert Morgan. At the banquet, Mr. Young 
Chief Buccaneer" for 1963-64. 





Miss Janice Hardison aids in the final count-up of the L & M cigarette 
packs last summer. The money bought a new shell to be used for better 
sound production in Ficklen Stadium and Wright Auditorium. 



'ring the Homecoming weekend, members of 
; honored at a luncheon. 



1933 and 1953 football teams 





discuss plans for the East Carolir 




Joyce Thoma 
Corresponding Sec 



Cherry Garris 
Recording Secretar 



College Union Provides Various Outlet 




Acting as the community center of the College, the 
College Union is designed for the students, faculty, ad- 
ministration, alumni, and guests. It is not just a building, 
but it is also an organization and a program. Together 
they represent a well-balanced plan for the community 
life of the College. 

The purpose of the College Union is two-fold, social 
and service. Within the social, come the recreation and 
education offered through College Union facilities and 
through the volunteer student committees which plan and 
stage events. As well as providing a center for self- 
directed .recreation, the College Union offers planned and 
well-organized activities designed to appeal to a variety 
of social and recreational interests. 

In serving the College, the Union is open ninety hours 
a week and is used as an information center, checking 
station, and lost and found headquarters. The Union is 
a unifying force in the life of the College. 




Serving the students, the College Union is widely kn 



ipus. Rush hours are ten in the morning and lunchtii 



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legates to the Regional Convention are Bobby Chapped, Cherry Garri; 
i John Thompson. Tim is president of Region V. 



Billi Stewart, Tim Bagwell, 




Staff of the radio stations include Pat Shea, Loretta Foster, Judy Blankenship, Charles Porter, Dave Mc- 
Lemore, Winston Copeland, Paul Hjortsvang, Jeff Church, and Tommy Wallace. 

WWWS-AM, WWWS-FM, and WWWS-Tl 




Richard Worthington, Phil Jordan, Jim Lester, Tom Smithwick, and Tommy Stroud com- 
pose part of the FM staff. 




Randy Cochran, Basil White, Phil Stein, Frank 
play on the air. 



Harvey, and Pete Smith select records to 



Television technicians Nick Barnes, Bobby Blake, 


Rick Nil 


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impose Campus Communications Media. 



WWWS-AM, WWWS-FAA, and WWWS-TV are under the di- 
rection of Dr. Corinne Rickert, Director of On-Campus Broad- 
casting. Miss Rosalind Roulston is in charge of all Off-Campus 
Broadcasting. The intra-television channel provides entertain- 
ment as well as educational programs. Offered as television 
courses are health, business, geography, psychology, music 
and science. 

Under the direction of station manager Tommy Wallace and 
with the assistance of Rick Nitolli, the AAA station remained on 
the air forty-eight hours during the drive for the United Na- 
tions International Children's Emergency Fund. Members of 
the staff collected from the students a total of $380.00. 

The radio station, which is located in Joyner Memorial Li- 
brary, is self-supported and one of the few communications 
media not under the Student Government Association. This 
medium provides the only professional broadcasting training at 
the College. In the past four years, more than twelve stu- 
dents trained at the station have entered professional broad- 
casting. 

These three media of communication enable the students 
and the public to be better informed of campus programs and 
activities. 




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Judy Spruill mimeographs copies of the dail 
happenings on campus. 



Jean Allen types her 



Johnny Parker addresses envelope 
hometown newspapers. 



News Bureau Obtains New Director. 




Mr. Henry Howard busies himself at his desk in his first year at thi: 
important post. 




North Carolinians learn of the happenings on the East Carolina 
College campus through the News Bureau. Under the supervision of 
Mr. Henry Howard, the News Bureau reaches over two hundred news 
outlets— fifty-one daily newspapers and 144 non-daily news media. 
In the course of one week thirty to thirty-five stories go to these news 
media. 

The bureau writes two types of news. The first is general infor- 
mation about the growth and development of the College. The second 
is current events of the individual students. When a student receives 
recognition for some service, the News Bureau sends an article to the 
hometown newspaper. This news outlet keeps the public informed 
about the College. 




Busy moments occur as the personnel of the News Bureau endeavor 
to relay the campus news to all papers concerned. 



Virginia Dansy and Sarah Kirkpatrick are. tr 
Bureau. Sarah is Assistant Director, and Virgii 



time employees of the News 




Baptists Participate 
in Christmas Caroling. 



Providing depth and balance in Christian edu- 
cation and helping students practice their Chris- 
tian concern in areas of creative service are the 
ideals and purposes of the East Carolina Baptist 
Student Union. 

A student is qualified to join this organization 
if he has been a member of a Baptist Church. 
Membership may also be obtained by those of 
other denominations. 

The one hundred and thirty-five members of 
this organization hold weekly forms and vesper 
services. Bible discussion groups help the stu- 
dent understand his religious beliefs. Monthly 
social activities and other meetings bring students 
together in fellowship. At Christmas the group 
goes caroling in Greenville. A very important 
service is the work youth teams in the churches. 



Freshmen anxiously await refreshments at the BSU Center during Orientation Week. 



Enjoyment may be found in the basement of the BSU Center where members try 
their skill at table tennis. 




Informal discussions benefit the students of the Cante 
bury Club in exploring and learning more about the 
faith. 




Weekly Communion Highlights Canterbury Meetings. 




Canterbury affords any interested student an opportu- 
nity to learn and discuss life and its inevitable questions. 
This Episcopal sponsored organization provides religious 
fellowship and religious activities for college students. 
Canterbury sponsors a book club, a married couples Can- 
terbury, and a faculty fellowship. The weekly meetings 
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church begins with the service 
of Holy Communion followed by a supper and a program. 
The Episcopal Chaplain for East Carolina College campus 
is the Reverend Richard N. Ottaway. 



als are prepared and enjoyed at each meeting of the Canterbury 





Free Will Baptists 
Enjoy Yearly Picnic. 



A religious organization organized to provide fellow- 
ship for Free Will Baptist students on East Carolina Cam- 
pus, the Free Will Baptist Student Fellowship has no 
requirements fo rmembership. Weekly meetings, suppers, 
yearly banquet, annual picnic, and religious programs 
are the plans for 1964. Campus and community activities 
include membership in the Inter-Religious council and 
assistance with the Pitt County Tuberculosis Association. 
This organization is sponsored by the North Carolina State 
Convention of Original Free Will Baptists. 



Reverend C. L. Patrick, president of the N. C. State Conv 
Baptists, visited the East Carolina organization in January. 



of Original Free Wil 



Women of the various Free 
students each Monday night. 



Churches rotate 




Reverend Robert Crawford; Judy Spruill, treasurer; Phyllis Wooten, pub- 
licity chairman; Ruth Clark, president; and Geraldine Hudson, secretary. 





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Sereta Butler and Bobby Smith demonstrate the use of a Bibli< 



Mary Ann Mayo, 
Sherrill Stryon, board 



James Jackson, 



Any student affiliated with or interested in the Pente- 
costal Holiness Church and other full gospel churches is 
qualified for membership in the King Youth Fellowship. 
Its ideals are to provide fellowship, spiritual enrich- 
ment, and Christian service to its members. Activities 
on campus and in the community include weekly meet- 
ings with devotional programs and recreational activities, 
church attendance, student contact with similar groups 
on other campuses, Inter-Religious Council work, Orien- 
tation Week, and program assistance with church schools 
and choirs in Greenville. 




King Youth Members Help Greenville Churches. 



FIRST ROW: Carol Radford, Sherrill 

Stryon, and Mary Ann Mayo. 

SECOND ROW: Bill Upton, Sereta 

Butler, and Harold Mills. 

THIRD ROW: James Jackson, Gay 

Williams, and Paul Armstrong. 

FOURTH ROW: Alton Patrick, Bobby 

Smith and David Lee. 

FIFTH ROW: Evelyn Jones, Carolyn 

Tucker, and Roger Boles. 





Devotions are a vital portion of the opening servii 
the meetings of the Lutheran Student Association, 



The highlight of the year for this group was the com- 
pletion and dedication of Our Redeemer Lutheran 
Church. The dream was actually begun by college stu- 
dents. 



Lutherans Take Annual 
Retreat to the Sound. 



This religious group strives to provide fellowship among 
Lutheran students. They work, worship, and play together. Plans 
within the organization this year include annual fall and spring 
retreats at Pamlico Sound, spring carnival, and spring ashram for 
Lutheran Student Associations in the Southern states. Campus and 
community activities are Inter-Religious council, Religious Em- 
phasis Week, and Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Greenville. 



Led by the Lutheran minister and Mrs. Mildred Derrick and Miss Pat Benson, advi; 
students gather for lively discussions on religious questions. 




Johnny Canup, treasurer; Cathy Bynum, secretary; 
Judy Hendrix, vice-president; and Carolyn Heavener, 
president. 



Newman Club Enjoys Fall Festival. 




Harriet Divosky, secretary; William Shearer 
vice-president; and John J. Heery, treasurer. 



ssident; Philip Thomas Jordan, 




Balanced programs of religious, intellectual, and social 
activities are provided through the Newman Club. Catholic 
training is provided on a college level for Catholic students 
in non-Catholic colleges. The club also provides any information 
about the Catholic religion to any non-Catholic who might be 
interested. All students interested in the club meetings and 
participation in club discussions are invited to join. This year 
the club has thirty-five local members. 

Meeting weekly in the Y-Hut located on campus, the club 
takes part in social and fraternal activities. Plans include spon- 
soring a fall festival at St. Raphael's School, giving a St. Patrick's 
Day party, and teaching the Catholic religion to grammar 
school children. 

This religious group was founded in 1915 in the memory 
of John Henry Cardinal Newman who devoted his life to the 
Catholic College Student. 





At their twice monthly meetings, the members of the Society of Young Friends enjoy gatherir 
around the piano and participating in a good old fashioned song fest. 




Young Friends Visit 
Guilford College, 



This religious group promotes fellowship among Quaker 
students on campus; learns more about Quaker beliefs; 
and develops spiritual, social, and leadership qualities. 
Membership is open to all Quaker students attending 
East Carolina and other persons who are earnestly inter- 
ested in Quaker doctrine and beliefs. The Young Friends 
was founded on the East Carolina Campus fall quarter, 
1961. Plans include seminars on the study of Quaker be- 
liefs, a trip to the Yearly Meeting of Friends at Guilford 
College in August, Christmas social, and a banquet during 
spring quarter. 



Sandra Smith, 



cretary; Linwood Andersen, 



president; and Edward Lee Daniels, vice-president. 




Sylvia Crocker and Sarah Biggs play with the toys collected for underprivileged 
children at Christmas. 



Rehearsing for the Christm 
Westminster Student Center. 




Westminster Fellowship Plans Spring Retreat. 




That the calling to be God's people while a part of 
a college community might be more clearly under- 
stood and more vitally realized in the lives of a 
Presbyterian student is the purpose of the Westmin- 
ster Fellowship. Projects for this year include Fall and 
Spring Retreats, North Greenville Sunday School for 
Negro children, support of Taejon College in Korea, 
and support of the National Student Christian Feder- 
ation and World Student Christian Federation. The 
Westminster Fellowship has a representative to the 
Inter-Religious Council and Synod Westminster Council. 



Eloise Johnson, vice-president; Charles Rose, treasurer; Pat Farrior, 
vice-president; Jim Biggs, president; and Judy Biggs, secretary. 



Wesley Foundation Provides Recreation for Studen 




At their weekly meeting, members of the Wesley Found 
served a meal foi 



Singing hymns is a favorite pastime of the members of the Wesley Foundation. 



Organized at East Carolina College in 1936, the Wesley 
Foundation provides the opportunity for college students 
to explore the spiritual and material meanings of life. 
Members congregate to study, to worship, and to give 
a fuller meaning to their religion. 

Although initially established for Methodist students 
only, the Wesley Foundation does not set denomination- 
al qualifications upon its' membership. Anyone who is 
interested in the foundation may becbme a member. All 
Methodist students are theoretically members. 

The main activity in which the Wesley Foundation 
participates is the Inter-Religious Council and activities 
sponsored by this group. 

Throughout the year the members experiment with 
new forms to use in the attempt to understand the es- 
sentials of the New Testament Witness. 






Joseph, president. 



ary; Ola Mae Bundy, 




Forming figures in the -water is an essential part of the training 
this water club. 



Membership in the Aquanymphs numbers approximately nineteen coeds. 



$ f 




Aquanymphs Present Annual Water Show. 



To practice synchronized swimming and to present the 
spring water show for the enjoyment of students and the 
general public are the purposes of the Aquanymphs. 
Membership qualifications are the ability to swim front 
and back crawl, to breast stroke, to side stroke, to float, 
and to perform several stunts. The Aquanymphs' plans 
for this year are a spring water show and participation 
in Carolina's A.A.U. Synchronized Swimming Meet in 
the Spring. 



Sandra Snyder, president; Ann Crensha 
secretary; and Barbara Johnson, treasu 




FIRST ROW: Ann Kizer, vice-president; Faye Bowman, 
president; Merle Evans, vice-president. 
SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Anders, treasurer; Sylvia Crocker, 
Hycainth Lemons, membership chairman; and Lynn 
Abott, historian. 



taking mum corsages for Homecoming 
ob for the A.C.E. members. 





The purpose of the Association of Childhood Education is 
to work for the education and well-being of children by 
promoting desirable conditions, programs, and practices; to 
raise the standard of preparation; to encourage continued 
professional growth of teachers and leaders in this field; to 
inform the public of the needs of children and of the school 
program; and to bring into active cooperation all groups con- 
cerned with children. 

The A.C.E. includes all persons interested in the education 
and well-being of children two to twelve years of age. Each 
year the A.C.E. tries to help some child have a happier 
Christmas. This year the A.C.E. sold Homecoming mums in 
order to make a child's Christmas brighter. Representatives 
were sent to the international convention in Portland, Oregon. 



A.C.E. Sells Mums at Homecoming 




Members of The Association of Childhood Education enjoy the program on Okinawa given by Miss Sadie Harri: 




Rick Nitolli and his help mate adjust and operate the television 

for the many educational programs carried by Channel 2, WWWS-TV 

the College. 




Spencer Knight, president; Rick Nitolli, vice-president; Charles Porter, publicity 
Loretta Foster, secretary; and Tony Frederici, treasurer. 



Broadcasting Guild Aids UNICEF Campaign. 




Nationally founded May 13, 1963, the Broadcast- 
ing Guild is an honorary fraternity at East Carolina 
College. 

The main purpose of this organization is to pro- 
mote superior quality within the field of broadcast- 
ing. The advancement of the ideals of broadcasting 
both educational and professional has been 
achieved by honoring those who have set examples 
of these ideals. 

This year nine members joined the organization. 
To be a member, a student must have a "C" average; 
and he must be active in radio or television for a 
period of one year or more. The conduct of each 
member must be superior to the generally approved 
educational and professional standards. Membership 
must not exceed thirteen. Bi-monthly meetings in- 
clude a supper meeting and a business meeting. 



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Bill Pittman, president; Jerry Fulford, secretary; and Robert Taft, treasi. 




Circle K Club Usher 
"it Entertainment Series. 



Sc'tV*. ^1 PI 



at the Air Force Band 



Outstanding qualities of leadership and scholarship 
with a "C" average are qualifications one must possess 
to be a member in the Circle K Club. Membership is by 
invitation. This service organization was founded in Pull- 
man, Washington, in 1936; and the East Carolina Club 
was the fifth organized in the United States. "We build 
for justice, liberty, democracy, and a better world" 
is the motto of the club. 




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College Artists Open Art Sales Gallery. 




Fellow members evaluate and criticize the work of artist Don Miller. 




Third quarter freshmen who have submitted an accept- 
able portfolio of six pieces of work are eligible for mem- 
bership in this art service club. The club proposes to 
further the cause and enjoyment of art among the stu- 
dents and citizens of Greenville. Officers are elected 
each quarter. This association was formed fall quarter, 
1963. An art sales gallery, the first one in Greenville, 
features student exhibitions throughout North Carolina. 
A booklet showing art work from East Carolina has been 
published. 



Don Miller, president and secretary; and Scott Drysdale, vice-president 




Molding and plying will eventually 
pottery. 



for all art students. 



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Home Economics Club 
Sponsors Spaghetti Supper. 



he Home Economics Club features as its theme for the 
loat in the Homecoming Parade, "Buccaneer Fashion 



Values of home 
Carolina College. 




an example of the many adult courses offered at East 



Developing professional attitudes is one of the many pur- 
poses of the East Carolina Home Economics Association. Inter- 
group and international understanding in many fields, espec- 
ially those concerned with family life, is emphasized. As a 
result of the work of the club, professional ties between col- 
lege students and home economists are built. The club serves 
as a recruit for the profession of home economists and dem- 
onstrates through individual and group work the ideas of home 
economics. The students participate in programs for improving 
family life. 

The Home Economics Club was founded in 1908 at Lake 
Placid, New York. It grew out of a lag between the findings 
of science and their applications in the home. So great was the 
need for improvement that the federal legislation promoted 
the movement. Any student who is a home economics major 
or minor is eligible for membership. This year the club has 
one hundred and thirteen members. 



■nior Day, which was sponsored by the Home Economics Department, was an 
■cciting one for high school senior girls. They enjoyed a tour of the college 



Industrial Arts Club Publishes Student Directory. 




To promote professional activities among industrial arts 
students and to provide fellowship and interesting activ- 
ities among members are the ideals of the Industrial Arts 
Club. Industrial arts majors are invited to become mem- 
bers. Plans within the organization include field trips to 
various industries and a delegation to the National and 
State Industrial Arts Conventions in Washington, D. C, 
and Raleigh, N. C. The club has participated in Home- 
coming, White Ball, and Fall Festival activities for the year. 
They also perform various services for the college and 
the Industrial Arts Department. They contracted and pub- 
lished the 1963-64 student directory. 



Learning the parts of a motor is one of the principles taught member; 
of the Industrial Arts Club. 




arts students the correct pro- 



BOOK WEEK 




Library Club Observes National Book Week, 




A library science major or minor, or a library as- 
sistant, or anyone seriously interested in library 
work is the person who qualifies to be a member 
of the East Carolina Library Club. 

This organization is dedicated to the purpose 
of promoting fellowship among the college stu- 
dents who seem to have like interests. The most 
important ideas are the encouragement of interest 
in the field of library science and in the East 
Carolina College Library. In order to fulfill these 
ideas and purposes, the organization holds meet- 
ings monthly to hear discussions about library 
problems and interests. These meetings stimulate 
the interest as well as help members to get a 
better understanding of this field. 

This year has been filled with activities. The 
members participated in National Book Week No- 
vember tenth through the sixteenth and worked 
on projects for Library Week. 



udy Fish, secretary-treasurer; Pat Scott, reporter; Howard Blanton, president; Bronna Sir 
ice-president; Miss Billie Evans, advisor; and Judy Bass, historian. 



Guest Lecturers Speak to Mathematics Club. 




Peedin tells a 
lims of the club 




This organization has striven to stimulate an interest 
in mathematics. Its purpose is to bring into fellow- 
ship people who share this interest in the field. They 
hear speakers and give reports in order to promote 
an even greater enthusiasm for its study. 

With seventy-five members, the Marie D. Graham 
Mathematics Club has participated in many campus 
and community activities. It helped with Homecoming 
activities, a project in which the club participates each 
year. It participated in the carnivals and aided a family 
at Christmas. 



The Mathematics Club enjoys refreshmer 



ular 






Is at one of the reg- 
licians also have fun. 







'* Lucille Dew, publicity chairman; Malinda Wall, president; Barbara 
• ") Swinson, vice-president; and Barbara Samuels, secretary-treasurer. 




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Wodern Dance students learn how to express emo 


ion through body movements. 





Modern Dance Club Stages Recital. 



Promoting the mastery of body movements is 
one of the purposes of the Modern Dance Club. 
This group encourages creative group activity 
and fosters an interest in modern dance for both 
men and women. While conditioning the body, 
students develop poise, grace, and ability. 

The East Carolina Modern Dance Club was 



founded in 1961. Any college student who has 
had at least one quarter of modern dance or its 
equivalent is eligible for membership. The club 
currently has eighteen members. 

Each year the club takes part in the Women's 
Recreation Association. The club is now making 
plans for a spring recital. 




As they participate in the organizati* 



much about the intricacy of i 




Linda Charlton, treasurer; Nicki Bain, secretary; Marilyn Miller, vice-president; and Al 
Nance, chairman of the board. 



Design Group Awards Yearly Scholarship. 



To promote a closer relationship between the 
interior design profession and the student is the 
purpose of the National Society of Interior De- 
signers. The East Carolina Chapter was founded 
October 29, 1963. Sophomore students who are 
majoring in interior design are eligible for mem- 
bership. Activities include field trips to furniture 
markets and lectures by interior designers and 
architects. An annual two hundred dollar scholar- 
ship is awarded a student. 




Nurses Club Helps Mail Christmas Seals, 



Developing student nurses as truly democratic 
citizens by broadening their horizons as individuals 
as well as members of a group, the East Carolina 
Nurses Club serves as a channel of communication 
to the North Carolina Student Nurses Associations. 
Student nurses learn to adjust professionally and soci- 
ally. 

The East Carolina Nurses Club was organized in 
1961. It is open for membership to any student en- 
rolled in the school of nursing. This year the club has 
fifty members. 

Meetings are held once a month. The club takes 
part in Homecoming, the spring carnival, the local 
Tuberculosis Association, the sale of Christmas seals, 
and the District and State Conventions. 

Members follow the motto "The fame is nothing; 
the deed is everything." 




Work with the Christmas seals is the 



t of the year fc 



organization. 




Sandra Bass shov 



-ibers the scrapbook of the Nu 



Dayne Howell, vice-president; Donnye Barnhill, president; Lar 
and Patricia Weaver, secretary. 



Presser, treasurer; 



Members of the Phi Beta Lambda admire the window display in Rawl which 
shows the awards, composite, and membership records of their chapter. 




Phi Beta Lambda Conducts Candy Sale. 



All business major students with a C average are 
eligible for membership in Phi Beta Lambda, which 
acts to promote better understanding between chap- 
ter members and the business world and to develop 
competent, aggressive business leaders. Phi Beta 
Lambda was founded in Washington, D.C., in July, 
1946. Campus activities include help with the blood- 
mobile and with the School of Business open house 
at Homecoming. Plans for this year are a Christmas 
party, participation in both State and National Con- 
ventions, awards program, redecoration of the trophy 
case, and a spring banquet. The national president, 
William Thompson, is a member of the Omicron chap- 
ter. Awards were received at the state convention. 



candy sale is the 


means of obt< 


;mbers discuss pla 


ns for the sale. 



Phi Beta Lambda this yea. 




Medical Club Tours Local Hospital. 




\embers lis 
leetings. 



by one of the guest speakers at theii 



Founded on East Carolina campus November 13, 1963, 
as an honorary science society, the Pre-AAedical and Pre- 
Dental Club strives to stimulate an appreciation of the 
importance of premedical education to the study of medi- 
cine. Qualifications for membership are superior scholas- 
tic achievements, and each year a prize is given to the 
member with the highest scholastic achievements. Activ- 
ities include medical films and lectures by physicians 
and other outstanding speakers. 



of vital importance to the 





Edgar Q. Davis, 
Maraspin, presiden 



ary-treasurer; Jerry Williams, vice-president 



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Management Group Makes Field Trips. 




Troy Lane, secretary; Lynwood Roper, treasurer; Wil 
Vann, president. 



President Terry Vann 



business majors. 



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Founded in 1912, this organization acts to bring 
together business students and executives for the 
exchange of information on management and to 
provide practical management experience through 
the activities of the organization. Students of 
business administration and others above the fresh- 
man level who are registered for a degree and 
have a sincere interest in the art and science of 
management are eligible for membership in the 
Society for Advancement of Management. The 
schedule calls for a monthly speaker from busi- 
nesses of the area, members also make one field 
trip each quarter. The national publication for 
the Society is Advanced Management-Office Ex- 
ecutive, a magazine geared to the interest of 
business executives and business students. 



of management to light. 



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Valentine was the theme of the February meeting of the SNEA. 



Gayle Strickland, secretary; Brenda Smith, vice-preside 
and Brenda Hardy, treasurer. 



Barbara Warren, president; 



S.N.E.A. Sells Fruit Cakes at Christmas. 



To provide opportunities for personal and professional 
jrowth, development of leadership skills, understanding 
jf history, ethics, programs at state and national levels, 
ind professional activities is the purpose of this educa- 
ional club founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1857. 
Ml Bachelor of Science majors are candidates for member- 
ihip. 

This year the Student National Education Association 
lelped the Civitans sponsor a Claxton Fruit Cake sale for 
he benefit of retarded children in the state. A Christmas 
aroject to help a needy family was also an activity for the 
'ear. Members plan to attend the State Convention in 
?aleigh. Each year the club sponsors the selection of the 
'Best Student Teacher." 



These members of the SNEA discuss pla 
the State Convention in Raleigh. 




W.R.A. Spearheads Intramural Competition. 




favorite sport of the WRA. Members eagerly participate 




Providing wholesome activities for women stu- 
dents in a variety of sports and encouraging the 
spirit of play for its own sake are the objectives 
of the Women's Recreation Association. Being a 
woman student at East Carolina is automatic mem- 
bership in this organization. This past year one 
thousand active members participated in the 
various sports offered. Intramural activities plan- 
ned for this year include volleyball, tennis, bas- 
ketball, softball, badminton, archery, "Swim for 
Fun Night," awards banquet, and W.R.A. house 
party. Each year the W.R'.A. publishes a handbook 
for freshmen which explains the coming year's 
activities. Sponsoring the Aquanymphs club and 
Modern Dance Club is a function of the organiza- 



Who gets the ball does not 
interested in sportsmanship. 




Young Democrats 
Attend Political Rallies. 



Open to all students who profess allegiance to the 
principles of the Democratic Party, the Young Demo- 
crat Club's purposes are to stimulate in young people 
an active interest in government affairs and to foster 
and perpetuate the ideas and the principles of the 
Democratic Party. This year YDC plans to attend 
political rallies; to invite Democratic leaders to speak 
on pertinent issues; to support Democratic candidates 
for Congress, local government, and state legislature, 
and get voters to vote in November. YDC also helps 
with registration of voters. 



Stokes tells the YDC about the techniques of campaigning for public 



the Young Democrats engage 



political discussion. 




ete Parrish, treasurer; Sheila Goodwin, secretary; and Jim Farmer, president 




Research Director Anne Riddick makes an announce- 
ment concerning the history of the Young Republi- 
cans Club in North Carolina. 




Y.R.C. Participates in Local Politics. 




A desire to work toward a revitalization of 
sound, conservative, free enterprise philoso- 
phy of government is the requirement for 
membership in the Young Republicans Club 
at East Carolina. The goal of the Young Re- 
publicans Club is to bring the two-party sys- 
tem back to North Carolina. Essentially the 
job will be campaigning. 

Interesting programs which feature films 
and speakers are presented the second Wed- 
nesday of each month. This year members 
hope to take part in the Student Government 
elections and support the local Pitt County 
Republican Party. 



Morris, president; Mitch Simons, vice-president; Linda Tripp, secretary; Anne Riddick, research 
lor; and John Ratcliff and Ray Rayburn, publicity managers. 



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The Panhellenic Council is an organization composed 
of two representatives from each of the eight sorori- 
ties. As stated in the Panhellenic Creed, the purposes 
are scholarship, good health, cooperation, social stand- 
ards, service, and citizenship. 

Setting up rush procedures and rules is an im- 
portant function of the council. It sponsors Panhellenic 
Open House to introduce all prospective rushees to 
the sororities and later presents convocation to give 
the cceds a better understanding of the sorority sys- 
tem and a chance to sign for formal rush. 



















Secretary _. 
Treasurer _ _ 







_ Billie Parrish 

Jo Ann Midgett 



Panhellenic sponsors a banquet to further sorority relations after 
Rush Week. 




Panhellenic Council Sponsors Banquet. 



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Margaret 


Elaine 


Linda 


Linda 


Glenda 


Pam 


Linda 


Brenda 


Avera 


Brewer 


Doub 


Evans 


Gosnell 


Hodge 


Hunning 


McCanless 


lanet 


Jane 


JoAnn 


Billie 


Judy 


Bekki 


Kay 


Dean Ruth 


McKenzie 


Mewborn 


Midgett 


Parrish 


Ritchie 


Vogler 


Yearby 


White 



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James 


Tim 


Bob 


Bill 


Mike 


Bobby 


George 


Jim 


Apple 


Bagwell 


Branch 


Brinkley 


Brown 


Childress 


Chinn 


Cross 


Tom 


Bob 


M. B. 


Bill 


Gene 


Robert 


Sam 


Ernie 


Ellen 


Foreman 


Godbold 


Hunt 


Home 


James 


James 


Josephs 


Sam 


Ralph 


Ronnie 


Millard 


Charlie 


Ken 


Mark 


Bill 


Keel 


Kinsey 


McCrea 


Mahoney 


Martin 


Martin 


Meltzer 


Miller 


Johnny 


Joe 


Tom 


Stewart 


Jon 


Ben 


Buz 


Dean Jame 


Parker 


Pegram 


Rober 


Siegel 


Singer 


Sutton 


Warren 


Mallory 



I.F.C. Explains Formal Rush Procedures, 

The Inter-Fraternity Council is an organization composed 

. . . . . . ... , ± . Rushees gather to receive instructions for formal rush. 

of representatives of each of the nine social fraternities. 
Through this unity, the fraternity system is able to achieve 
goals which would be impossible on an individual basis. 
This organization has four primary purposes: to promote 

the interests of the college; to promote the fraternity ^C?^ ^^m_ ■ '' 'T' / * f *|fri. 

interest; to promote the interests of the general frater- -»^ ;^^»»*JMifc_ _£ • 

nity system; and to insure cooperation between the fra- 
ternity system and the college administration. 

An important function of I.F.C. is handling rushing and F^ ■j^^Htt&£j^O^W - n Jf ' y 

bidding. The council determines rush rules and gives out 

bids. The main social event sponsored by the organiza- ^^^^ 

tion is Greek Week. This helps to bring the men of each ■■». ^K^^^m i 

fraternity together in an atmosphere of friendly competi- 
tion and fun. During the week, fraternities compete in day 
sports and in skit night. The climax of the week is the f V %L 

..F.C. dance at which the Greek Week Queen is crowned ! -. * 

and the winner of the week's competition is announced. 

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President _ Bob Branch 

Vice-President - Ronnie McCrea 

Secretary .. M. B. Godbold 

Treasurer Sam James 




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Alpha Delta Pi sorority was honored last September 
with a visit from Grand National President, Mrs. Maxine 
Blake, and Province President, Mrs. George Lontz. "ADPi," 
the first secret society for women, was founded nationally 
May 15, 1851, in Macon, Georgia. The local chapter, Delta 
Omicron, was the hundredth chapter to be chartered. 

"We live for each other" is the sorority motto. The girls 
have won honors for their homecoming float for the past 
two years. They took first place in scholarship last year 
over all other sororities. Not only do the sisters work for 
hemselves; but they also work for others by raising money 
for the Easter Seal fund, aiding the Crippled Children's 
Fund, and helping with the Bloodmobile. They also par- 
ticipate in the Spring Carnival and the Sorority All Sing. 
The sorority sponsors an annual faculty tea. 



Ann Adkins 

Patsy Kennedy 

Faye Taylor 

Kay Yearby 




a banquet at the Keniand honoring Grand President, 
Blake, and Province President, Mrs. George Lontz. 



Sisters entertain rushees during formal rush with an Oriental party. 



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ficer Visits Alpha Delta Pi. 




Glenda Gosnell and Kay Yearby explair 
lenic Open House. 



the sorority scrapbook to girls attending Panhe 



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Mary 
May 

Faye 
Taylo 



Marilyn 
Miller 
Judy 



Myers 
Judy 

Wagstaff 



Ridcutt 
Jackie 
Wamsley 



Kathie 
Salle' 

Watson 



Tankard 
Louise 

Womble 
Kay 

Yearby 



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Alpha Omicro 




Barbara 


Vickie 


Kay 


Barco 


Bradbury 


Casey 


Bette 


Vicky 


Catherine 


Cash 


DeBerry 


Hudson 


Barbara 


Diane 


Euleta 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Carolyn 


Billie 


Jean 


Landin 


McPhail 


Morris 




Alpha Omicron Pi was founded nationally in New York, January 
2, 1897. The local chapter, chartered in 1960, is one of seventy 
collegiate chapters. Through their life on campus the sisters uphold 
their ideal: To have a few simple and potent symbols and to serve 
the college by upholding good character and tolerance. 

Each year the "AOPis" present, through Panhellenic, a trophy 
to the sorority with the highest scholastic average. Other activities 
of the group are presentation of gifts to the Frontier Nursing 
Service in Kentucky and participation in the sorority spectacular 
and Homecoming parade. At the 1963 Homecoming, Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi won second place for the float built with Alpha Phi Omega. 



President „ 


Catherine Hudson 










Treasurer 


Judy Ritrhie 




Annette Stokes explains AOPi's activitie 



AOPi and APO worked togethe 
float division. 



win second place in the professional 



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Presents Scholarship Trophy. 




AOPis entertain rushees at a King Neptune party 




AOPis enjoy a spirited basketball game with the Delta Zetas 



A Pirate steals her bid during Formal Rush. 





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Ann 


Kay 


Judy 


Linda 


Neville 


Owens 


Ritchie 


Slaughtf 


Carole 


Ann 


Brenda 


Annette 


Smith 


Stephens 


St6cks 


Stokes 






Patricia 


Carolyn 






Tart 


Wright 



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Bobbie 


Billie 


Nancy 


Peggy 


Eason 


Forbes 


Freeman 


Garr 


Frances 


Frances 


Faye 


Andre 


Gupton 


Gutyar 


Hall 


Harr 


Carolyn 


Cathy 


Georgia 


Carol 


Harris 


Harris 


Hooks 


Joyr 



Alpha Ph 



Alpha Phi seeks to develop the highest type of 
womanhood as exemplified by the three "C's": char- 
acter, conduct, and culture. Alpha Phis follow these 
ideals as they take part in campus and community 
activities. Carrying out their national philanthropy, 
Cardiac Aid, the girls conduct "Tag Day" in the Green- 
ville business district for the Greenville Heart Fund. 
On campus the sorority participates in the All-Sing and 
Homecoming. Last fall it received second place for 
its float. In intramurals the "Phis" were volleyball 
champions for the last two years and received the 
WRA Best Participation Award. 

Alpha Phi was founded at Syracuse University, Oc- 
tober 10, 1872. The Delta Alpha Chapter was founded 
February 6, 1960. The Phis were the second sorority 
on campus to buy a house and move in this spring. 



President __ 

Vice-President __ 

Secretary 

Treasurer _ 



Joan Wetherington 

Joyce Brown 

Pat Moore 

Eleanor Poole 




Carol Joyner collects money for the Heart Fund. 



irchase Home. 




jshees at Wild West party. 







Doris 


Bobbie 


Marilyn 


Brenda 


Bunny 


Luray 


Pat 


Sheila 


Lambeth 


Maddox 


Madrin 


McCanless 


Mcllwean 


Mitchell 


Moore 


Morris 


Eleanor 


Joan 


Brenda 


Sue 


Carolyn 


Joyce 


Lynda 


Sandee 


Poole 


Powell 


Reges 


Rouse 


Smith 


Thomas 


Thompson 


Waddill 










Malinda 


Helen 


Patsy 












Wall 


Weinbarg 


Wiley 


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Becki Vogler shows a rushee one of the Alpha Xi sweatshirts during 
Panhellenic Open House. 



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Alpha Xis entertain orphans with 
Around the Rosey. 



good time by playing the children's favorite game— Ring 



Carolyn 
Geraldine 



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Efland 



Linda 

Evar 
Betsy 



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oonsors Greek All-Sing, 



"We may not be the oldest or the largest, 
but we are the friendliest" is the motto of 
Alpha Xi Delta sorority. This sorority was the 
first on campus to go national. The chapter 
was chartered locally in September, 1959, 
and nationally April 17, 1893, in Galesburg, 
Illinois. 

The most important yearly event of the 
sorority is the sponsoring of a Greek All- 
Sing. The girls also give Christmas gifts to 
orphans and support and educate a local-child. 
\/Vithin the chapter a Best Pledge Award and 
Outstanding Member Award are given. 



President Barbara Trader 

Vice-President ... Linda Efland 

Secretary .. Margaret Blythe 

Treasurer _ Roberta McDougall 




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Roberta 


Betty 


Julia 


McDougall 


Moore 


Parson 


Rowena 


Judith 


Barbara 


Skipper 


Taylor 


Trader 


Becki 


Frances 


Jane 


Vogler 


Williams 


Williarr 




Linda Efland swings in to entertain rushees during formal rush. 



Alpha Xi Delta aims high to win first place in the float division for Homecoming. 



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Chi Omega 




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Nancy 

Allison 
Margaret 

Cates 
Bonnye 

Giles 



Nicki Donna 
Bain Bingham 

Kathy Carolyn 
Cauble Coker 

Mary Ann 

Goodwin Greenwell 



Nell 

Bowen 
Brenda 

Crowe 1 1 

Hicks 





The Chi Omegas are proud owners of a new home located on East Fifth Street 



Chi Omegas and Delta Sigs enjoy watching the children play musical chairs at 
Christmas party. 



W Dignitaries at Stadium Dedication. 



Chi Omega sorority fulfills its purposes of scholarship, friend- 
ship, and service through participation in many campus activ- 
ities. During the year members have sponsored a picnic for 
their parents, a tea for judges and contestants in the Bucca- 
neer Pageant, a Christmas party for underprivileged children, 
and a March of Dimes Dance. The group also acted as hostess 
for a luncheon honoring dignitaries attending the dedication 
of Ficklen Stadium. Sisters turned athletic as they participated 
in the sorority intramurals. Last spring they emerged as cham- 
pions of the sorority division in softball. 

Since its local founding November 12, 1959, the Rho Zeta 
Chapter has given annually to deserving students the Rachel 
Spivey Award and Social Science Prize. 



President Nancy Roberts 

Vice-President — -- Cathy Shesso 

Secretary - - - Sandee Denton 

Treasurer - — Judy Brisson 





Carole Julia Lesley 

McGowan McLarty Marine 

Donna Pat j an e 

Mathews Melcher Mewbori 



Gregory 
Michaels 



Dinah 

Nibbelink 



Joyce 
Oliv 




Orr 


•Roberts 


Robertson 


dy 


Amy 


Dee 


Robinson 


Rooker 


Watkins 




Jane 


Nancy 




Willis 


Wilson 



Governor Terry Sanford is served by the Chi Omega sist< 



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I ^1==— Delta Zeta 

With a theme which carries the rushees into an imaginary water world, the Delta Zetas 
gain eight new pledges. 

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Ann Overton 
Billie Parrish 
Sarah Peterson 
Anne Riddick 
Emily Rich 

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id Local Cancer Drive. 



Delta Zeta sorority each year participates enthusiastic- 
ally in campus and community services. This year the sis- 
ters, with Lambda Chi Alpha, sponsored an Easter Egg 
hunt for underprivileged children. Nationally Delta Zeta 
sponsors the only college in the world for the deaf at 
Washington, D.C. The local chapter helps the Greenville 
School for Trainable Children and the Cancer Drive. 

The objectives of Delta Zeta are sincere and lasting 
friendship, knowledge, moral and social culture, and unity 
in action. Founded as Lambda Tau in 1958, the local chap- 
ter went national February 6, 1960, as the Zeta Lambda 
Chapter. The national founding took place October 24, 
1902, at Oxford, Ohio. 



President 
Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer - . 



Peggy Davis 

Ann Overton 

Jeanette Widdifield 
Carolyn Tayloe 




Sisters work together preparing for the rush party. 



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Peggy 


Carolyn 


Penny 


Ginger 


Stocks 


Tayloe 


Tayloe 


Taylor 


Nancy 


Linda 




Karen 


Tedder 


Warren 


Widdifield 


White 


Tew 


Laura 


Jonibel 


Kay 


Williams 


Willis 


Yow 




AZ 



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Patricia Arant 
Betsy Bryant 
Betsy Cameron 
Julia Cravotta 
Patricia Dav 



Harriet Divoky 
Nancy Gilbert 




the Homecoming 



President Sharon McKean explains Kappa Delta display at Panhellenic 



onors Alumni at Homecoming Tea. 



Kappa Delta annually participates in the Alpha Xi 
lelta All-Sing, the Heart Fund Drive, sorority intra- 
lurals, and Bloodmobile efforts. The group also aids 
nderprivileged children at Christmas and Thanksgiv- 
ig, sponsors a family picnic, and with the Lambda 
:his decorates the campus Christmas tree. An annual 
ighlight is the banquet honoring the football team. 

Through its national philanthropy, Kappa Delta de- 
igns and sells its own Christmas Seals each year for 
le support of the Crippled Children's Hospital in 
:ichmond, Virginia. 

The open motto of Kappa Delta, "Let us strive for 
nat which is honorable, beautiful, and highest," has 
een an aim of the local chapter since its organization 
ebruary 6, 1960. The group was founded nationally 
t Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia, in 1897. 



President 

Vice-President 
Secretary 



Sharon McKean 
Bobbie Sumrell 
. Nina Duncan 
.... Kay Epton 





Julia Cravotta signs in rushees during formal rush 



Tri- Sigma 








Melba 


Cookie 


Margaret 


Linda 


Janice 


Polly 


Diane 


Linda, 


Anders 


Arthur 


Avera 


Baker 


Bentley 


Bunting 


Burroughs 


Charlton 


Lana 


Elsie 


Emily 


Lee 


Judd 


Terry 


Jackie 


Tot 


Cristopher 


Eagan 


Edision 


Forbis 


Gray 


Gwen 


Harrington 


Hofler 


Cornelia 


Barbara 


Tra 


Linda 


Ginger 


JoAnne 


Virginia 


Laura 


Holt 


Jenkins 


Jennette 


Killian 


Melton 


Midgett 


Minges 


Moon 




Sigma Sigma Sigma started the year with 
first place honors in the Sorority All-Sing and 
later with awards in sports. Members par- 
ticipate in the yearly Cancer Drives, Heart 
Fund, and Bloodmobile. Their major project 
is sponsoring a children's wing at the North 
Carolina Memorial Hospital, the Robbie Page 
Memorial Wing. 

"Tri-Sigma" was founded nationally April 
20, 1898, at Farmville, Virginia, and locally 
February 5, 1960. It was the first local so- 
rority to acquire a house. The sisters work 
for the establishment of friendship and the 
development of strong womanly character. 
They endeavor to furnish a workable nucleus 
for campus activities. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Polly Bunting 
... Melba Anders 
... Pam Waters 
Barbara Jenkins 



Sisters entertain rushees during formal i 



■ith the theme "Sigma Through The Seasons.' 





One will always receive a friendly welcome at the Tri-Sig house located at 804 East Fifth Street. 




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"here is never a dull moment at the Tri-Sig house as the 
isters and the brothers of PiKa enjoy a friendly water 




Riddick 
Callie 



Ann 

Linda 

Ridenhour 
Fay 

Spencer 



Kay 
Nixon 

Rouse 

Martha 
Thompson 



.inda Killian receives the first place plaque from Linda 
Evans for the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority All-Sing. 



Pat 

Paul 
Joyce 

Sigmon 

Ward 
Pam 
Waters 



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Alpha Epsilo* 




Highlight of the year for Alpha Epsilon Pi was the ac- 
quisition of a house on Summit Street. This social fratern- 
ity was founded November 7, 1913, at New York Univer- 
sity. The local chapter, Epsilon Kappa, was founded during 
the winter of 1961. It is one of eighty chapters today. 

With ideals of brotherly love, faith, courage, and hon- 
esty, the men of "AEPi" participate in regular campus 
activities and intramurals. At Christmas in cooperation 
with a local church they gave a party for needy children. 
Within the fraternity, awards are given for scholarship, 
service, and the best pledge. 



President 

Vice-President _ 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Stuart Siegel 

Mark Maltzer 

Gary Silverstein 



Brothers chat with their new housemother, Mrs. Narleen Shavender. 




With 







Ronald 


Ronald 


Paul 


Gagliardi 


Gross 


Hersh 


Gil 


Richard 


Norman 


Hofheimer 


Kaunitz 


Lancha 


Mark 


Ron 


Stewart 


Meltzer 


Mervis 


Siegel 




Gil Hofheimer and Ste 



Acquires New Home, 




\EPis are very proud of their new home located at 106 Surr 



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Living up to the ideals of Robert E. Lee 
and the South was the purpose of the founders 
of Kappa Alpha Order in December, 1865, 
at Washington and Lee University. The Na- 
tional Convention is held each year January 
19 to celebrate Robert E. Lee's birthday and 
the founding of the order. This and the Old 
South Ball are two of the major events. 

Six Kappa Alpha Orders are now in North 
Carolina. The local chapter, Gamma Rho, 
was founded in September, 1958. These 
"K.A.'s" usher at football games, give a 
Christmas party for underprivileged children, 
and participate in intramural sports. In ad- 
dition to their lodge, the KA's recently pur- 
chased a home on Ninth Street. 

President _ Gene Home 

Vice-President Jim Blanton 

Secretary . Henry Cantrell 

Treasurer Fred West 




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Brothers of Kappa Alpha 
lodge. 



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Wayne Tommy 

Lloyd AAallisi 

Dr. Ovid Joe 

Pierce Pegrai 

Don Jerry 

Thompson Tolley 



Roberts 
George 

Von Nortwick 



Pat 

Mazzoccoli 
Bud 

Skiles 
Jerry 

Wallace 



Virgil 

Mewborn 
Ray 

Stevens 
Steve 

Watson 



Ken Dr. Herber 

Oliver Paschal 

Mitch Merle 

Stroud Summer: 

Ben Fred 

Webb West 
Waylon 



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Winning the first place Homecoming float trophy started 
the year off right for the brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha. 
In intramurals the fraternity has held the title of cham- 
pions in nearly every sport in the past two years. One of 
the recent titles was of football champions of Greek intra- 
murals. A Christmas party and an Easter Egg Hunt for 
children are two annual activities. 

With the motto, "Every Man A Man," Lambda Chi was 
formed to foster the spirit of Christian brotherhood in 
an academic and social environment. Chartered November 
2, 1900, at Boston College, the national fraternity now 
includes over 85,000 men. The local chapter was char- 
tered May 2, 1959. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



_ Ralph Kinsey 
_.. Buz Warren 
Carlton Barnes 
.... Bill Godwin 



Lambda Chi 



Brothers of Lambda Chi hold formal rush party at the home of President Jenkii 








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Jerry 

McGalliard 
Freddy 

Sharp 



Ed 

McGraw 
Morrie 

Simpson 



Maddox 
Strawbridge 



Ed 

Olsen 
Ben 



p Trophy During Homecoming. 



Brothers and pledges entertain their guests at an informal "Hick" party. 




Lambda Chis relax during off moments on the steps of their house 



AXA: 



Phi Kappa Tau 



Phi Taus entertain the children at Pitt Memorial Hospital during Chri 







John Willard 

Aldridge Batts 

Ronnie Tommy 

Daugntry Dildy 



John Mr. Wyatt 

E 
Newman Dai 



Cline 



id Salvation Army at Christmas, 



Phi Kappa Tau, since the beginning of the Gamma Eta 
Chapter here in 1960, has followed its purposes of establ- 
ishing close bonds of brotherhood and loyalty to the 
chool. The members are interested in Democratic organ- 
zation, worth of the individual, and Christian ideals. They 
ollow the interest of all Phi Taus since its national found- 
ng at Oxford, Ohio, March 1 7, 1 906. 

The fraternity sponsors social parties with various 
ororities and participates in intramurals with other fra- 
ernities. It donates to the annual Red Cross Drive, helps 
leedy family at Christmas, and participates in Homecomi- 
ng activities. 

President .. Johnny Parker 

Vice-President _ .. Sam Keel 

Secretary .... Doug Strickland 

Treasurer ... Mickey Sykes 




Phi Taus load gifts which were given to the Salvation A 







P O Q Q & 



Sam 


Jim 


Jim 


Bill 


Robert 


Keel 


Kinsey 


Maner 


Miller 




Johnny 


George 


Bill 


Frank 


Al 


Parker 


Patrick 


Pearson 


Saieed 


Separk 


Eddie 


Art 


Doug 


Mickey 


Henry 


Sherwood 


Stowe 


Strickland 


Sykes 


Wallace 




Bill Durham puts finishing 
Homecoming float. 



the Phi Kappa Tau 



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Pi Kappa Alphi 








sck Bamhill 
Robert Betts 
Tom Betts 

Richard Bredlove 

Hunter Chadwick 



Copley 
iill Cunniff 
Sandy Dallas 
Robert Dowd 
Tommy Ellen 
Bryce Elliot 



Foreman 

Jim Galloway 
Buddy Goodwin 
Hal Lanning 

Melvin Marchan 




The Pi Kappa Alph 



the fun at the "Roaring Twenties 



ages r< Roaring Twenties" Party. 



Men who wear the diamond-shaped Pi Kappa Alpha pin 
strive to promote high scholarship, social values of true broth- 
erhood, and ideal American manhood. This fraternity has the 
distinction of being the first fraternity to have a house and 
•he first to operate a dining room. The two important social 
events each year are the Dream Girl Ball and the Concert By 
he Sea. The men participate in the Cancer Drive, and Blood- 
nobile Drive. They sponsor a party for underprivileged chil- 
dren. Within the fraternity an award is given to the Best 
'ledge of the Year and the Fred Robertson Award to the most 
)utstanding brother of the year. 

Since the national founding March 1, 1868, at the University 
)f Virginia, PiKa has grown to include 127 chapters. The local 
hapter, Epsilon Mu, was founded May 1 7, 1 958. 



President _ 

Vice-President 
Treasurer 



Alumnus Counselor 



... Sandy Dallas 
Tom Scott 

Truman Miller 
Jerry Moore 

Fred Robertson 



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the "Roaring Twenties" theme of their party. 




Polly Bunting has the honor of being selected the 1963 Dream Girl of Pi 



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Pi Kap. 



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Randall Otis Miles 
Andrews Bailey Barefoot 

Bill Bobby Richard 
Campbell Childress Cottingha 

Charlie Mac Alan 
Davis Davis Fearing 



O O P 



Ralph 


John 


Tommy 


Finch 


Gaffney 


Hicks 


Bobby 


Walt 


David 


Hood 


Jacob 


Knott 


Ray 


Wiley 


Phil 


Lewis 


Lewis 


Loma> 



"Nothing shall tear us asunder" is the motto of Pi Kappa Phi 
fraternity. The members try to follow this motto as they promote 
their ideals of fellowship, trust, scholarship, Christian manhood, 
and citizenship. The national founding was December 10, 1904, 
in Charleston, South Carolina. Locally it was founded February 16, 
1963. This Beta Phi chapter was distinguished then by being the 
only chapter to be chartered by the entire National Council. 

During the first year of chapter activities the "Pi Kaps" partici- 
pated in the Bloodmobile Drive, Arthritis Drive, intramurals, Greek 
Week, and Homecoming. Awards given within the fraternity in- 
clude the Master Chapter Award and scholarship awards. 



President Charlie Martin 

Secretary Charlie Wohlnick 

Treasurer Bruce McLamb 

Warden Tommy Hicks 




onor Dan Moore at Coffee Hour. 




tag on rushee Phil Lomax during fraternity forma 






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Bruce 


David 


Charlie 


McLamb 


McLawhorn 


Martin 


Ken 


Tad 


Jackie 


Martin 


Martin 


Morgan 


Charlie 


Dan 


George 


Oldham 


Ray 


Resseguie 


Fred 


Dan 


Charlie 


Webster 


West 


Wohlnick 



Pi Kaps adopt mascot Mimi, a German Shepherd pi 



Tommy Hicks adds atmosphere to a Pi Kap Party. 



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Sigma Phi Epsiloi 




Whit Nerell and Bob Purnell 






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Owen Robert 

Ashley Bud 

Marty Jerry 

Davis Gillis 

Bob Peter 

Hill Hoffn 



Bill Jim 
Brinkley Cross 

Ronnie Howard 
Helms Hicks 

Sam Ernest 
James Josephs 



light of I.F.C. Week 




Casino party held during an 



Brothers greet 
Street. 

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pledges outside of their house located at 562 Cotanch 



osts Casino Party. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon participates in the Heart Fund Drive, 
oodmobile Drive, and Homecoming festivities. In in- 
amural sports the fraternity was the softball champion, 
i Greek activities the sponsor of Sigma Phi Epsilon won 
ie title of I.F.C. Queen. The Scott Key Award and Dubach 
:roll Award are given within the fraternity for the man 
ith the highest average and the highest service record. 

"The fraternity with a heart" has as its ideal the lasting 
;nds of brotherhood. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded 
cally April 15, 1961. Nationally the fraternity was 
unded in Richmond, Virginia, November 7, 1901. 



President Billy Brinkley 

Vice-President . Ernest Josephs 

Secretary — Frederick Zebley 

Treasurer - Ronnie Helms 





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Q. Q O O 




John 


Larry 


Richard 


Wayne 


Koonce 


Lewis 


Lythe 


McMahan 


Wesley 


Ed 


Walter 


Robert 


Measamer 


Mitchell 


Norford 


Royster 


Bill 


Glenn 


Fred 


Arthur 


Shands 


Shands 


Zebley 


Sutherland 






Bill 


Ben 






Steckel 


Shelton 



Dther batch of punch for the Sig Ep party. 




Sig Eps entertain prospective rushees during 



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wnsors Ball Team. 



Sigma Nu fraternity has been active on campus by 
elping to raise funds for football uniforms, by participa- 
ng in intramurals sports, and by winning second place 
i the Greek Week skit night last spring. To the pledge 
lass of spring, 1963, went the award for the highest 
cademic average. Civic-minded, the fraternity sponsors 

Christmas party for underprivileged children, an Easter 
gg Hunt, and a Midget League football team. 

With colors of black, white, and gold and the white 
Dse as its flower, the Eta Beta chapter was organized 
^ay 16, 1959. Virginia Military Institute was the place 
f national founding in 1869. Sigma Nu promotes brother- 
ood and scholarship, and it prepares the college man for 
Jture service as a world citizen. 

President Millard Maloney 

Vice-President — - Jerry Rice 

Treasurer ._. John Burgess 

Recorder - - Ralph Stone 



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Jerry 


Charlie 


Stewart 


Pemberton 


Rice 


Shelton 


Smith 




Jim 


Broughton 


Ralph 


Spears 


Staton 


Stokes 


Stone 




Dickie 


Terry 


Jerry 




Tayloe 


Traxler 


Williams 







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Theta Chi in addition to working for the 
fraternity works for closer relations between 
Greeks on campus. The fraternity won first 
place in Greek Week activities in the spring, 
1963, and second place this year for its home- 
coming float. Besides competitive functions, 
the Theta Chis also help the campus and the 
community through participation in the Cancer 
Drive, Bloodmobile, and the March of Dimes. 

Norwich, Vermont, was the location of the 
national founding April 10, 1856. With the 
national ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, 
and leadership, the Theta Chis live up to their 
motto "Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for 
Alma Mater." 

President Mike Brown 

Vice-President Mike Romaniw 

Secretary Tim Bagwell 

Treasurer Billy Braswell 



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Theta Chis and their dates enjoy a backyard barbecue. 



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Linda Efland and Becki Vogler entertain rushees at Theta Chis and Sigmas sponsor party for children at Phi Kappa Taus perform at the Greek All-Sing. First 

a jungle party. Christmas. place is given to this quintette. 

Greeks Enjoy Campus Activities. 




Brother and guests enjoy an evening of twisting at the Pi Kap chapte 




leaps from the windc 



Countess (Bonnie Currin) faints with grief after being 
falsely accused of unfaithfulness by the Count. 



Marcellina (Martha Bradner) 
of Figaro, receives counsel 
Aldridge). 



Dr. Bartolo (John 



Spring Oper 




Each year, the East Carolina Playhouse and the Opera Thea- 
tre present a joint production. This past spring on May 2 and 
3, they combined in the presentation of "The Marriage of 
Figaro." The production, staged as a part of the events of the 
Second Annual Contemporary Music Festival, May 1 through 6, 
satirizes the social and political conditions in France immediately 
preceding the French Revolution and mocks the nobility of 
that period. According to the director of the Opera Theatre, 
Mr» Strassler, it is an opera of court intrigue as well as a satire 
on the foibles of the aristocratic class. 

Originally written by De Beaumarchais, this play was later 
made into an opera by Wolfgang Mozart. The East Carolina 
presentation was an English version by Edward J. Dent, and 
the vocal score was by Erwin Stein. 

A cast of eleven principals and a twenty-four piece orchestra 
composed the presentation. Principals of the opera included 
Jerold Teachey, Alison Moss, Ann Vickery, Martha Bradner, 
Nettie Bunn, Bill Newberry, Bonnie Currin, M. B. Godbold, 
John Sneden, Martha Compton, John Aldrich, John Berry, and 
Ronald Kuhns. 




Figaro (Jerold Teachey) sings his threads to the Count who is pursuing Sus, 



eatures rr The Marriage of Figaro, 



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With the chorus of dancers and the entire cast assembled, the wedding scene portrays the finale of the dramatic production, "The Marriage of Figaro.' 







Playhous 



"The Faithful Lightning," a drama written by 
Kermit Hunter, was based on the life of Thomas 
Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson from 1891-1861 
while he was a teacher at Virginia Military Insti- 
tute. This historical play premiered in McGinnis 
Auditorium March 13-16. Twenty-two speaking 
parts and many extras composed the cast of the 
presentation. 

Running for a four-day period, the drama was 
highlighted by the appearance of the author at 
the Saturday night production. Hunter, noted 
author of "Unto These Hills" and professor of 
dramatic arts at Hollins College, Virginia, wanted 
to view the production before deciding to rewrite 
it for the New York stage or to incorporate it into 
an outdoor drama. Hunter called his new play, 
staged by the Playhouse, a complete change in 
style for historical drama, whether indoors or out- 
doors. 

Produced by Director Edgar Loessin and Tech- 
nical Director John Sneden, the play featured a 
multiple-level set which allowed three different 
time periods to take place simultaneously. 



at the Battle of Chancellorsv 




Friends of Jackson gathe 
scene before the Civil War 



^resents ''The Faithful Lightning. 




(Dwight Pearce) and Captain Wilbourn (Jim Forsyth) take a good look at 
ickson (Ben. Avery) after he has been mortally wounded. 



ardness, Jackson (Ben Avery) courts hi- 



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Playhouse Gives Shakespearean Classic, "Anton 




Enobarbus (Douglas Ray), Antony (Cleveland Bradner), and Octavius Caesar (Douglas Mitchell) converse at a meeting of the triu 




Egyptian women Corinne Bridgewater, Barbara Samuels, 
and Rebecca Chapman carry the traditional water vases. 




Caesar (Douglas Mitchell), Antony (Cleveland Brad- 
ner), and Pompey (Ed Mathews) give toast to the 
bacchanal. 




rid Cleopatra. 



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Tuesday, October 22, 1963, marked the opening of the 
most elaborate production ever undertaken by the ECC 
theater group. The Shakespearean classic, "Antony and 
Cleopatra," ran four nights in ECC's McGinnis Auditorium. 
After closing on campus, the production was staged in 
the Raleigh Little Theater the following night. 

Two ECC faculty members, Dr. Corinne Rickert and 
Cleveland J. Bradner, Jr., held title roles. Two other mem- 
bers of the faculty, Dr. George Cook and Gecrge Douglas 
Ray, joined Bradner and Dr. Rickert as players for the pro- 
duction. The remaining cast was composed of ECC stu- 
dents. A cast of forty members from five states and nine- 
teen North Carolina counties participated in this produc- 
tion. 

Mr. Edgar R. Lcessin, director of the College's drama 
and speech department, and John Sneden, technical di- 
rector of the Playhouse, made possible the production of 
"Antony and Cleopatra," the first of five productions 
scheduled for the year by the Playhouse. 







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Caesar, Antony, and Pompey converse during the drinking 
scene. 



Cleopatra and maidservants meet their deaths. 



West Side Story" Intrigue 



"West Side Story," the award-winning Broadway musical 
based on Shakespeare's theme of "Romeo and Juliet," was 
presented by the East Carolina Playhouse and School of Music 
nightly February 12-15. 

Music for the play was provided by the College Orchestra 
under the direction of Paul Gene Strassler, faculty member of 
the School of Music. Director Edgar Loessin and Technical Di- 
rector John Sneden with Betty Rose Griffith, choreographer, 
combined time and effort to produce what might well be 
called the Playhouse "hit" of the season. 

The production, a sell-out since early February, attracted 
some 4,000 theater goers during its four-night run in McGin- 
nis Auditorium. 

Stars of the performance were Connie McGhee (Maria), 
Bill Newberry (Tony), Diane Bray (Anita), Brad Weisiger, Jr. 
(Bernardo), and Randy Cochran (Riff). These five stars, along 
with 37 other members of the cast, began rehearsals in early 
January. 

Present for the Saturday night performance were Governor 
Terry Sanford and Congressman Herbert Bonner. 




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Glad Hand (Ron Smith) pleads with leaders of "The Jets" and "The Sharks." Randy Cochran plays Riff; 
Brad Weisiger, Bernardo. 





Bernardo's sister (Diane Bray), expresses 



"Jets" and "Sharks" rival in street scene in New York's West Sic 



Capacity Crowds. 





Riff (Randy Cochran) and Bernardc 
"The Sharks," engage in a knife fight. 



aders of "The Jets" and 



Tony (Bill Newberry) and Maria (Connie McGhee) 
of taking her away. 



nbrace as Tony sings 





after being molested by "The 



Act two, scene one, features Tony and Maria in a "Ballet Sequence.' 









The Marching Pirates form a tomahawk in salute to the state of North Carolina 



Mark Duggins 
Drum Major 



Marching PiraU 




Members of the ROTC aid the band in their salute to the flag of the United State 




Drum Major Mark Duggins leads the band in its perform. 



Fifth Street is the scene as the Marching Band takes part in" 
the Homecoming parade. 





MAJORETTES: Gwen Harrell, Peggy Honeycutt, Jackie Stewart, Pat Drake, Judy Wagstaff, Rhonda Bisecker, and Brenda Crowell. 



^erform at Washington Redskins' Game. 



With new drums and uniforms to add 
their superb marching and playing, 
; East Carolina Marching Pirates traveled 
Washington, D.C., to play for the Wash- 
jton Redskins' Game. 
Under the direction of Mr. Herbert Car- 



ter and Mr. George Knight, the band also 
played at the football games and pep 
rallies. Special events in which this one 
hundred piece group performed were 
the Homecoming parade and the Green- 
ville Christmas parade. 





Mr. Herbert Cart, 




Mr. George Knight 



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College Orchestra Accompanies SGA Musical 



Fifty-seven men and women with the ability to 
perform symphonic music on string instruments 
are under the direction of Mr. David Serrins in 
the East Carolina College Orchestra. Four con- 
certs were given by this group this year— one in 
which five outstanding students were featured 
soloists. To conclude its activities of the year, the 
College Orchestra participated in the Contempo- 
rary Music Festival. 





Mr. David Serrins 
Director 





Members of the Symphonic Band practice three times wee 



Mr. Herbert Carter directs the band rehearsals 



Symphonic Band Attends Contemporary 
Music Festival 




Mr. Herbert Carter 



"Night under the Stars" was the opening 
concert for the Symphonic Band. Under the 
direction of Mr. Herbert Carter, this group 
attended the Contemporary Music Festival, 



played in programs during Christmas, con- 
ducted tours, and gave lawn concerts, one 
of which was prior to the commencement 
exercises. 



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Concert Choir Conducts Annual Tour. 



Singing the best of choral music from the 
Renaissance to the present, the Concert Choir 
participated in the annual Christmas Assembly, 
the Contemporary Music Festival, and the South- 
ern Division of Music Educators Conference. 



Known as the show group of East Carolina, this 
group of seventy voices is selected by audition 
Other activities this year include a tour during 
winter quarter. 



Mr. George Cri| 
Director 



Chapel Choir Sings at Weekly Services. 



Composed of approximately sixty men and 
women, the Chapel Choir, under the direction 
of Dr. Carl Hjortsvang, provides sacred music 
for the weekly chapel services. As we 




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Farsify Band Presents Two Concerts. 



Membership in the Varsity Band is open to 
any student who has had at least three years 
of instrumental music in high school. Under 
the leadership of Mr. George Knight, two 



concerts are given annually— one in the winter 
and the other in the spring. Fifty members 
constitute this group. 




College Singers Entertain at Christmas. 



Under the direction of Mr. Dan Vornholt, 
the College Singers presented music for 
their Christmas and Spring concerts. Meet- 
ing twice weekly, this musical group of ten 



vocalists and one pianist were selected by 
audition. These musicians also perform at 
local civic functions. 




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Somen's Chorus Meets Twice Weekly. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Ingeborg choral utilizing. Membership in this organ- 

Jarrett, the Women's Chorus, composed of ization is open to all women students by 

over eighty women, is primarily concerned audition. Credit of one quarter hour may 

with preparatory work for more advanced also be earned. 



Mrs. Ingeborg Jarrett 



Miss Beatrice Chauncey 
Director 




Women s Glee Club Renders Joint Concert 



Open of all women students who have 
the ability to carry a tune with good tone 
quality and who like to sing, the Women's 
Glee Club is directed by Miss Beatrice 



Chauncey. Composed of approximately 
fifty coeds, the club performed jointly at 
a spring concert with the Men's Glee Club. 




Several civic clubs in Greenville benefited from 
he singing of the Men's Glee Club this year. Under 
he direction of Mr. Charles Stevens, these forty 
nen make television appearances and perform for 



high schools in Eastern North Carolina. Qualifica- 
tions for membership include having a genuine in- 
terest in choral singing. 



Opera Workshop Gives 
nnual Spring Production 

Led by Mr. Paul Strassler, the Opera Workshop 
studies the scores of various operas. The highlight 
of their year's work is the presentation of a spring 
apera in conjunction with the playhouse. This group 
was also honored by being asked to perform "Molly 
Sinclair and the Sojourner" for the N. C. Tercentenary 
Commission. 



Long and continuous hours around a piano 
performances given by the Opera Workshop. 



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Members, along with Mr. Strassler, study their cues 



Air Force ROTC 



To train officers for a place on the nation's Aerospace Team 
is the purpose of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps. When the cadet receives his diploma and commission, 
he reports immediately for active duty with the rank of second 
lieutenant. The corps at East Carolina began in 1946 and has 
a present enrollment of over 300 cadets. 



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Cadet Col. Edwin Pearce 

Group Commander 

Fall Quarter 



Cadet Col. Joseph Speight Cadet Col. Fred Zebley 

Group Commander Group Commander 

Winter Quarter Spring Quarter 




Composed of senior members of the AFROTC, the Group Staff efficiently runs 
the detachment and helps train the cadets of the basic corps. This job 
requires much time and talent. The men who have performed these duties for 



1964 are Cadets Pearce, Speight, Zebley, Cullipher, Marshall, Taylor, Sherard, 
Mills, Hood, Purvis, Bennett, McClenny, Roberson, and Tant. 



Thorough Program Trains Future Leaders 



Detachment 600, United States Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. 




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Sponsored by the Arnold Air Society, the Angel Flight is the official auxiliary 
of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. Serving as hostess for social 
functions within the corps, this group of coeds holds weekly coke parties for 
groups of cadets. 



The Arnold Air Society is the national honorary fraternity for Air Force Reserve 
Officers Training Corps. Qualifications for membership in the society include 
outstanding and active service in the corps. The local chapter, commanded by 
Cadet Colonel Joseph D. Speight, is the sponsor of the Angel Flight and the 
Honor Drill Team. 



of the Aerospace Team. 



Outstanding cadets of the AFROTC who specialize in precision drill and rifle manuals are members 
of the Honor Drill Team. This team has received national and congressional recognition for its marchathon, 
an annual all-day march to raise funds for the March of Dimes. The team also participates in parades 
throughout the year and in the Area Drill Competition in the spring. 




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n Graphics Survey, Ricki Campbell looks on as Donna Markum burnishes an 
ntaligo plate. 



At the quarter's end, Henry Harsch finds many long hours in the sculpture 
lab are necessary to complete his term project. 



School of A\ 




Freshman students early in their curriculum are introduced to color and its techniques. 



Mr. Donald L. Durland 
Mr. Robert S. Edmiston 
Dr. Emily Farnham 
Mrs. Marilyn Gordley 
Mr. Tran Gordley 



Dr. Wellington B. Gray, Dea 
Dr. Leon Jacobson 
Mrs. Nanene Jacobson 
Mr. Thomas E. Mims 



Mr. Paul R. Mil 



Mrs. Janet H. Morris 
Mr. Francis Lee Neel 
Miss Betty E. Petteway 
Mr. Donald R. Sexauer 
Dr. Francis Speight 





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ffers Two New Degrees, 



With 240 majors and a faculty of eighteen, the 
school of Arts ranks as the largest collegiate art school in 
the South. This year the school was authorized to offer the 
Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degree. This 
professionally oriented program enables its candidates 
to concentrate in three times the number of studies as 
before. One of two such programs in the state, it has been 
hailed as the strongest fine arts program in the nation. The 
six fields of study are painting, sculpture, ceramics, graph- 
ic arts, commercial art, and interior design. 

New equipment obtained this year includes a high 
temperature gas kiln for the ceramics department. It en- 
ables more experimentation in firing as well as glazing 
and texture. 

Specializing to meet the interests of the students, three 
groups are found in the School of Art. These are the Col- 
lege Artists Association, composed of exhibiting artists; 
the National Society of Interior Decorators, composed of 
student membership; and Delta Phi Delta, composed of 
honor students. 

The School of Art is directed by Dr. Wellington B. Gray. 
Mr. Francis Speight is artist-in-residence. 




Painting major Ann Campbe 



lishing detail to her most recent canv 






Mr. James H. Bearden 

Miss Sadie Ruth Bell 

Mr. Don R. Borthwich 

Miss Dorthy Brandon 

Dr. Elmer R. Browning, Dea 



Mr. Norman H. Cameron 
Dr. Byung Tack Cho 
Miss Francis Daniels 
Miss Ouida C. Debtor 
Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey 



Mrs. Thadys J. Dewar 
Dr. William H. Durhan 
Miss Ruby E. Edens 
Miss Lena C. Ellis 
Mr. Alton V. Finch 



Mrs. June M. Graham 
Mr. Joseph H. Hanchran 
Dr. Alice M. Harrison 



Mr. William S. Ha 



With an enrollment of 1,350 students and a staff of thirty- 
eight full-time instructors, the School of Business is one of 
the largest in the South. Dr. Elmer Browning directs this 
school. 

Courses offered by the School of Business cover a broad 
range of subject matter in business and economics. They 
include accounting, business education, economics, finance, 
general business, management, marketing, and secretarial 
science. Business majors may qualify for one of the following 
certificates or degrees: two year accounting certificate, two 



Majors undertake the complexities of money and ban 



School of Business Enroll 



year secretarial certificate, Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Business and Economics, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business 
and Economics, Master of Arts in Degree in Business Edu- 
cation and Economics, and Master of Arts degree in Business 
and Economics. 

In addition to the academic curriculum, professional or- 
ganizations such as the Delta Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi 
and Phi Beta Lambda are open to students majoring in busi- 
ness. 




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Mr. Samuel T. Hill 
Mr. W. W. Howell 
Mr. Kenneth C. James 
Dr. Ray L. James 
Dr. Tora M. Larsen 



Mr. Gorman W. Ledbetter 
Miss Velma W. Lowe 
Mr. Jesse L. McDaniels 
Mr. Harold M. McGrath 
Mr. Bob Myers 



Mrs. Christine F. Myers 
Miss Gwen Potter 
Dr. James H. Stewart 
Dr. Byron White 
Dr. James L. White 




350 for 1963-64. 




Dean Browning and Harlan McCaskill greet freshman at the departmental 
reception. 



accounting class, much time is spent working with a calculator. 




Dr. Dempsey dictates shorthand. 



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Introduced and aided by her advisor, Shellie Bailey greets her class for student teaching. 



School of Education Sponso 



The making of a creative bulletin board display is a fine art these students 
hope to master. 




Claiming over 1100 majors and seven full-time 
faculty members, the School of Education has more 
graduates in teacher education than any other 
college in North Carolina. With Dr. Douglas Jones 
as Dean, the school offers a Bachelor of Science 
degree in primary and grammar education. Grad- 
uate work leading to the degree of Master of 
Education is offered in the areas of school adminis- 
tration, elementary education, guidance, and 
speech and hearing. 

Special services rendered by the School of 
Education are remedial reading classes, guidance 
counseling, speech correction, and a reading clinic. 

Along with the academic phase of education are 
the student organizations. On campus, four socie- 
ties are available for those majoring in education: 
Tau Sigma, National Education Association, Kappa 
Delta Pi, and the Association for Childhood Edu- 
cation. 



Dr. Frank Arwood 
Dr. James W. Batten 
Dr. Ralph Brimley 
Dr. Ed J. Carter 
Dr. Thomas A. Chambli; 



Dr. Amos O. Clark 
Mrs. Elsie Eagan 
Dr. Frank G. Fuller 
Dr. Keith D. Holmes 
Dr. Margaret H. Ingram 








\eading Clinic. 






Dr. Bernard R. Jackson 
Dr. Douglas R. Jones, Dean 
Dr. William B. Martin 
Dr. Ruth Modlin 



Dr. Clifford L. Nixon 
Dr. Ruth H. Nixon 
Dr. Mary Lois Staton 






At the fall reception, Dr. Spears answers the questions of 
the incoming education majors. 



Dr. Staton instructs the correct formation of letters. 






English Departmeh 



Ovid Williams Pierce, novelist-in-residence, relaxes in his office. 





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Library research is often required in the English curriculum. 

Dr. Frank Adams 
Mrs. Louise Adams 
Mrs. Marie Browning 




Mrs. Faye C. Clay 
Dr. George A. Cook 
Dr. John D. Ebbs 
Mrs. Nell C. Everett 
Miss JoAnn Fralick 



Dr. Howard L. Germai 
Mrs. Sharon German 
Mrs. Mary Goodman 
Dr. William H. Grate 
Miss Mary H. Greene 



Miss Lois Grigsby 
Mr. John A. Harvey 
Dr. Hermine Caraway 
Mrs. Antoinette S. Jenkins 
Dr. Rachel H. Kilpatrick 



Mrs. Mary R. Poindexter 

Dr. Meredith Neill Posey, Director 

Mr. Bart M. Reilly 



Dr. Frederick Sorensen 
Dr. Elizabeth Utterback 
Mr. William T. Uzzle, Jr 
Dr. Katharine W. White 
Dr. Frances R. Winkler 



rms Part of Poetry Circuit. 



Despite the loss of several staff members to the 
new Department of Drama and Speech, the teaching 
staff of the English Department numbers thirty-seven. 
This department offers some fifty courses leading to 
the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Master 
of Arts degrees in English. The present enrollment 
includes three hundred undergraduate English majors 
and about twenty-five graduate students. The English 
Department not only trains majors, but it also serves 
the entire College in offering instruction in required 
courses in language and literature. 

Ovid Williams Pierce, noted author of The Plantation 
and On a Lonesome Porch, is a novelist-in-residence 
and also a teacher. 

Each year the English Department, in conjunction 
with seven other college English departments forming 
the North Carolina Poetry Circuit, brings two young 
poets of reputation to the College for readings from 
their works. Last spring Donald Hall spoke, and the fall 
speaker was Charles Edward Eaton. Dr. Meredith Posey 
heads the English Department. 




Dr. Cook helps his advisee with a schedule complication. 



srolyn Montague prepares he 




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Domenic Palagruto listens attentively to the tapes in the foreign language 
laboratory. 



Foreign Language 



Dr. Wanderman clarifies a class discussion by using the German relief map. 



Language students spend much time in the lab making use of its fac 




Dr. Edna Coll 

Miss Manelita Fernandez 



Mr. James L. Fie 



Dr. Alfred Murad 



Mrs. Marquerite Perry 



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Faculty Hails From Three Continents 



Students may meet their language requirements 
for the liberal arts degree in French, Spanish, or Ger- 
man in the Foreign Language Department. Major and 
minor concentration is offered for both the liberal arts 
and teaching degrees in French and Spanish. Members 
of the foreign language staff have studied in colleges 
and universities in North America, Latin America, and 
Europe. Several members are native speakers of the 
languages they teach. Student assistants from France, 
Spain, or South America are employed each year. 

The departmental equipment includes a language 
laboratory in which thirty individual booths contain the 
latest in modern electronic machines. A listening-read- 
ing room provides advanced students and staff mem- 
bers an opportunity to read current foreign publications 
and by means of earphones to hear recorded drama 
and poetry. Russian is offered by the department as 
part of the extension program provided by the Col- 
lege. Sigma Pi Alpha is the foreign language fraternity 
on campus, and it sponsors programs to entertain the 
foreign students. 



Mrs. Wanderman seems amused : 




Right, Dr. Lowry explains the flow of 
students by using a sandbox model. 



formation of deltas 




Students have access to nearly four thousand maps in the United States depository. 




Geography Department Serves as Mc 




Cartography, or map making, is a tedious, but rewarding, project. 





Dr. Stillwell talks with high school students while showing them the department. 



epository for U.S. Army. 



One of the most extensive programs in the nation is of- 
fered by the Geography Department. Headed by Dr. Robert 
Cramer, the staff provides specialized training in many fields, 
especially cartography, economic geography, planning, and 
regional geography. The three degrees offered are Bachelor 
of Arts, Master of Arts, and Master of Arts in Education. 

The Geography Department is a map depository for the 
United States Army Map Service, Washington, D. C. Modern 



equipment in cartography, meterology, and geology is avail- 
able for the geography major. Graduates of the department 
can enter many areas of employment which include cartog- 
raphy, city planning, highway planning, and industrial de- 
signing. About four thousand students are taking geography 
courses each year, and over eighty men and women are 
majoring in this field. 



Mr. John E. Chi 
Dr. Robert E. C 
Dr. Jean Lowry 
Dr. George C. Ma 



Dr. Franz A. Nowotny 
Dr. Andrew D. Perejda 
Mr. Philip Shea 
Mr. Richard A. Stephenson 
Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell 




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Health Departmen 



Holding the rank of seventh in the nation among colleges 
and universities for their programs in Health and Physical 
Education, this department has a total of three hundred and 
fifty majors in the undergraduate field. Headed by Dr. Nephi 
Jorgensen, the department has a staff of twenty-three instruc- 
tors. 

Besides the Standard Bachelor of Arts degree, the Health 
and Physical Education Department offers a Masters and a 
Masters in Education to its prospective graduates. A certificate 
in education is offered for thirty hours to majors who desire 
additional training. Workshops and clinics for football, basket- 
ball, swimming, and baseball are held during the summer. A 
Gymnastics Club has been formed to demonstrate skills in 
gymnastics in other schools. 

Money has been appropriated for a gymnasium to be com- 
pleted by the fall of 1965. With the help of a balcony above 
the main floor, this new gymnasium will seat six thousand 
spectators. It will contain hand ball courts,, a diving pool,. 
a swimming pool, wrestling room, and classrooms. The site for 
this new project will be at the right side of Ficklen Stadium. 



Basketball is one of many physical education courses offered. 





Mr. Jack L. Boone 
Mr. Harold Bullard 
Mr. Wendell L. Carr 
Mr. Robert B. Gantt 



Miss Gay Hogan 
Dr. Nephi M. Jorgensor 
Mr. Gerald A. Martello 
Miss Marvis Mitchell 



deases Plans for New Gymnasium. 




Learning about the human structure seems to create a variety of expressions in health cla 



d by Miss Hogan, second from left, the social dancing class 
i enjoyable one. 



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as facts, for their future studen 



Mr. Ralph H. Steele 
Dr. Clinton H. Strong 
Miss Carolyn Thorpe 
Mr. Henry C. Vansant 
Mr. Odell Welbourn 



Mr. Howard G. Porter 
Dr. Glen P. Reeder 
Miss Nell A. Stallings 
Mr. Clarence Stasavich 



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History Department Begins Fir 



Dr. Herbert Paschal heads the History Department, which 
is, for the first year, a separate department. A faculty of 
twenty-four professors and five graduate students directs 
approximately five hundred history majors and teaches gen- 
eral history courses to all students. 

During its first year, the History Department has distin- 
guished itself. A club for history majors has been organized, 
and the faculty members have organized a seminar within 
the department. A collection of papers and articles on his- 
torical topics will be written and edited by members of the 
department. It will be published yearly. 



Last summer, the department sponsored an Asian Studies 
Institute. This project is to be held again this summer. 

Senior history majors with "B" averages may participate 
in the Honors Program in which they do independent read- 
ing and study under selected professors. At the end of two 
quarters, they prepare a paper on an independent research 
project. At the freshman and sophomore levels, honors 
sections are open to students of special promise. Their 
study in these sections permits a broader scope. Such classes 
are usually small and not confined to history majors. 



Mr. John C. Atkeson, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph S. Bachman 
Dr. L. F. Brewster 



Mr. Walter T. Calhoun 



Dr. Howard B. Clay 
Dr. Hubert A. Coleman 
Dr. John C. Ellen, Jr. 
Dr. Alvin Arthur Fahrnei 
Mr. Henry C. Ferrell, Jr. 







Dr. Paul Murray 

Dr. Herbert R. Paschal, Di. 

Dr. George Pasti, Jr. 




Mr. James Hugh Wease 



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Left, Dr. Price makes use of a wide variety 
maps in his American History section. 



ear as a Separate Entity. 



Dr. Todd and Dr. Murray brief majors on the departmental bulletin board. 





Jean Bell, Virginia LeConte, and Billi Parrish make a group project of refinishing a chaii 



Home Economics Department Sponsoi 



Doub, and Jackie Hammond conduct a panel 





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The Nursery School of the department seems an enjoyable task. 



Miss Patricia L. Benson 
Miss Margaret Cannon 
Miss Mabel E. Dougherty 
Mrs. Mabel L. Hull 
Miss Moselle Holberg 



Miss Ruth Lambie 
Dr. Miriam B. Moore, Direc 
Mrs. Ernestine N. Reeder 
Mrs. Jannis B. Shea 
Miss Alice Strawn 




eekend for High School Students. 



Home economics as a part of the Science Department was 
offered when the college was established in 1909. It became 
a separate department in 1937 and in 1940 was approved 
as an educational center for the preparation of vocational 
teachers. It is one of three colleges approved for such prep- 
aration by the North Carolina State Department of Public 
Instruction. 

Today the department offers an undergraduate program 
for approximately 198 majors. Among these majors are the 
president of the Senior Class and two members of Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities. 



At High School Day during the fall, two hundred high 
school students from this area came to get a preview of the 
department. A former graduate of East Carolina and presi- 
dent of the North Carolina Home Economics Association, Hazel 
Tripp, was the guest speaker. This event is held every other 
year. 

Many majors are members of the Home Economics Chapter 
of the American Home Economics Association. Phi Omicron, 
the honorary society, is limited to upperclassmen with stand- 
ards of scholarship and leadership. Dr. Miriam Moore directs 
the Home Economics Department. 




Majors compare fabric designs for their textile 



home canning with Mary Lewis and Jane Lee. 







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Dr. Kenneth L. Bing, Director 
Mr. Frederick L. Broadhurst 
Dr. Thomas J. Haigwood 
Dr. Clarence M. Kelsey 



Mr. Robert W. Leith 
Mr. Harold P. Olsen 
Mr. B. E. Scott 
Mr. Paul E. Waldrop 



Industrial Arts Department Mah 




Long, tedious hours are spent per- 
fecting the skill of drafting. 



Bobby Penuel demonstrates the printing process of a platen pres 






J* Van Nortwick, left, prepares to cut with the circula 



ew Advancements. 



Significant advances have been made in the Industrial Arts 
Department during the past year. Two new laboratories, a class- 
room, and several auxiliary rooms have been added. A dust 
collecting system and two spray booths for the finishing of furni- 
ture have also been installed. 

Curriculum requirements for the education of teachers of In- 
dustrial Arts have been revised and strengthened. Many course 
outlines have been rewritten, and new methods and techniques 
of teaching have been put into operation. The Industrial Arts Club 
is open to all majors and minors. Epsilon Pi Tau, an honorary 
national fraternity, selects its members from active men in the 
club and from those who maintain a B or better average in In- 
dustrial Arts. These two groups participate in student affairs and 
carry on a variety of activities related to the department and to the 
college. Dr. Kenneth Bing heads this department . 









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it majors William Van Nortwick and Curtis Davis 
ng the casting, they check their project for accuracy. 



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addition, the photostat copy machine, a vali 



Library Scienc 



Established in affiliation with the Library in 1936, the 
Library Science staff and curriculum received status as a 
separate department this year. The full-time two member 
faculty teaches courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts and 
Master of Arts degrees. 

There are now thirty-four majors, thirty-three minors, and 



nine graduate students in the Library Science Department. 
An added outlet for these students, and for any others inter- 
ested in the library, is the Library Club, sponsored by the 
newly formed Department. Mr. Wendell Smiley is currently 
serving as the head of this department. 




Mr. Lanier goes over the floor plan of the building. 




The library is a popular meeting pla 



Mrs. Sara S. Batten 
Mrs. Anne Cargile 
Miss Vivian F. Crickmo 
Mrs. Marguerite V. Cre 
Mrs. Frankie Cubbedge 



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eceives Status as Department. 



Mr. W. Wendell Smiley, Dir 
Mrs. Jane A. Smith 
Dr. Mildred D. Southwick 
Mrs. Betsy B. Tharrington 
Miss Elizabeth S. Walker 




Mrs. Lily C. Weaver 
Miss Vernie B. Wilder 
Mr. Lee G. Williams 
Mrs. Mary E. Williams 







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Blackboard illustration simplifies many geometry proble 



Mathematics Departmer 



Janet Broadhurst discusses a technicality 
and classmates. 



with a calculator. 




A new computer has been added to the 
Department of Mathematics, which is under 
the direction of Dr. D. R. Davis. This new 
computer is a long sought addition to the 
department. 

Perspective majors in mathematics can 
acquire the Bachelor of Science or the Liberal 
Arts degree. Annual meeting of the Amer- 
ican Mathematics Society, the Mathematical 
Association of American, and the Society of 
Industrial and Applied Mathematics meet 
concurrently in January and the latter part 
of August. East Carolina College has been 
represented at all of these conferences in 
which lectures and papers are presented to 
various university and college mathemati- 
cians present. 



Mr. Oscar W. Brannon 
Mr. Roger L. Creech 
Mr. John W. Daniels 
Mrs. Stella Daugherty 
Dr. David R. Davis, Dii 



. Vera Brooke Davis 
Mildred H. Derrick 
, Ellen C. Fleming 
Paul W. Haggard 
F. Milam Johnson 




Mrs. Virginia G. McGrath 
Mr. Frank W. Saunders 
Mr. Frank C. Townsend 
Miss Louise Williams 



dds New Computer. 




The operation of the departmen 



tion, the computer, is explained by Mr. John 





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The Color Guard proudly leads the Marching Pirates on the field. 




A little enjoyment combined with work keeps these Military Science members and their dates busy while 
decorating their Homecoming float. 



Mr. William A. Harrison 







Mr. Elbert L. Kidd, Dii 



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Mr. Ervin E. Koon 
Mr. Kenneth L. Kuhln 



Mr. Donald G. Sir 



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bers of the Angel Flight. 




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AFROTC members relax in the Cadet Lounge found in the basement of 



zience Program Gives Flight Instruction. 




Training highly selected cadets for duty as commissioned 
officers is the mission of the Department of Military Science. 
Upon satisfactory completion of Air Force instruction and 
graduation from college, AFROTC cadets receive commissions 
as Second Lieutenants in the Air Force. They will then be called 
to active duty and begin careers as Air Force officers. 

Three squadrons and thirteen flights which compose the 
600th AFROTC Cadet Group have an enrollment of 390 cadets 
during the fall quarter. The group is staffed by high ranking 
cadets of the advanced course. East Carolina College cadets who 
attended summer training camps in 1963 received the highest 
overall rating of any group of cadets from the twenty major 
colleges and universities with AFROTC Detachments which 
border the Atlantic seaboard. 

Senior cadets qualified for future Air Force pilot training 
are highly motivated by the Flight Instruction Program. Each 
flying cadet is awarded a Private Pilot's Certificate upon com- 
pleting the thirty-six hour Flight Instruction Program and pass- 
ing the Federal Aviation Agency written examination. 

Social highlights of this year include the Fifth Annual Dining- 
In, Cadet Field Day, and the Military Ball. 



Possibly thinking of 




School of Musi 



Many long hours are spent in perfecting one sele 



Mr. Earl E. Beach, Dean 
Mr. Herbert L. Carter 
Dr. Robert Carter 





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Miss Beatrice Chauncey 
Miss Ruth G. Cox 
Mr. George Cripps 
Miss Elizabeth Drake 
Dr. W. Edmund Durham 



Dr. Carl Hjortsvang 
Mrs. Ingeborg Jarratt 
Mr. George W. Knight, Jr 
Dr. Martin Mailman 
Mrs. Mary N. Mailman 



Mr. Thomas Miller 
Miss Jane Murray 
Mr. Gene Narmour 
Mr. David Serrins 
Mr. Barry M. Shank 



Mrs. Ruth G. Shaw 
Mr. Charles Stevens 
Mr. Carl E. Stout 
Mr. Paul G. Strassler 
Mrs. Eleanor E. Toll 




ompletes Plans for New Building, 



Specialists in every phase of music and music education com- 
pose the faculty of the School of Music. This faculty of twenty- 
six instructors and seven graduate students includes a com- 
poser-in-residence as well as several additional active com- 
posers. There are now two hundred majors. Both the student 
body and staff are looking forward to the new facilities which 
should be available for occupancy by June, 1965. 

Several performance groups including l he Marching Pirates, 
the Symphonic Band, the Concert Choir, and the Opera 
Theater have received honors during the year. Many students 
and faculty members have won awards for individual perform- 



ances, and students have received graduate fellowships. The 
annual Contemporary Music Festival continues to attract wide 
attention. 

Eastern North Carolina is served by the School of Music 
through conferences, clinics, workshops, concerts, and the 
radio and television programs which originate from the College. 
WRAL-TV in Raleigh has sponsored a series of telecasts featur- 
ing performances from the School of Music during the early 
spring for three consecutive years. 

Mr. Earl Beach heads the School of Music. 




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Members of the Public Health class use the facilities of Pitt County in their extensive training. 



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Audrey Dowdy explains the nutritional value of a vegetable in nutrition class. 




majors. The Industrial 



Miss Barbara Adams 
Mrs. Ruth Broadhurs 
Mrs. Louise Bullock 
Mrs. Jessie M. Carra 
Mrs. Mary R. Griffin 



Mrs. Joanne L. Suggs 
Mrs. Bonnie E. Waldrop 
Mrs. Eva W. Warren, Dean 
Miss Minnie C. Wolcott 




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'ors Receive Extensive Training. 



The School of Nursing, under the direction of Dean Eva 
Warren, has since 1959 been accredited by the State Board 
and the National League for Nursing. Upon the completion 
of this four-year program, student nurses receive a Bachelor 
of Science Degree. 

Nursing majors in this department have facilities available 
to them not only in the local Pitt Memorial Hospital, but also 
in the Public Health Department. In both locations, students 
are provided with a clinical atmosphere in which nursing 
fundamentals can be actively applied. 

Affiliation at an Asheville Sanatorium and at the Butner Hos- 
pital for Mentally III in Durham also adds new learning ex- 
periences for the more advanced students. For personal coun- 
seling and laboratory work, the school has access to rooms on 
the third floor of Graham Building. 



Dean Warren dt 



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Larry Whitlock takes the reaction 



Dr. Marfoccia, Mr. Dixon, and Dr. Prewett discuss the 



Psychology Department Grant 






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Dr. Benjamin H. Allen 
Dr. Ruby Bliss 



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Mr. Calvert R. Di> 
Dr. Willie Mae Gil 



Approximately two hundred undergraduate majors and 
fifteen resident graduate students are enrolled in the 
Psychology Department. The department is directed by 
Dr. C. R. Prewett. 

Three types of Master's Degrees are offered in psy- 
chology: General-Theoretical; Clinical; and School Psychol- 
ogy. The first two graduates to complete the new clinical 
Master's were graduated this year. Richard Humphrey of 
Kinston, North Carolina, will be chief psychologist at the 
diagnostic clinic at the new center in Morganton, North 
Carolina. Wilbur Castellow is working at Florida State 
Hospital at Chattahoochee, Florida. One recent graduate, 
Charles Moore, is now working on his doctorate at the 
University of Georgia, to which he received a fellowship. 

Research on many topics has been done by the Psy- 
chology Department. Plans have been completed for the 
construction of a new building which will include an ex- 
perimental facility with animals as well as individualized 
space for the other programs. 



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Dr. Marshall joins the "buzz" group experiment in her class. 



k Sadleck as Robert Graham looks on. 



iree Masters Degrees. 



Dr. Jacob,Mandel 




Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, Director 
Mrs. Hazel Stapleton 




Miss Coleman and Mr. Nicholson grade tests by use of 




Botany students determine the amount of radio-activity in plant leaves- 




Science education majors prepare a physics experiment. 






Dr. Donald E. Bailey 
Dr. Austin D. Bond 
Mr. Joseph G. Boyette 
Dr. J. William Byrd 
Dr. Patricia Daugherty 



Dr. Graham J. Davis 
Mr. J. O. Derrick 
Dr. Grover W. Evere 
Mr. Don W. Faris 
Dr. Mary C. Helms 



Dr. R. M. Helms 
Dr. Donald B. Jeffreys 
Dr. Clifford B. Knight 
Dr. J. N. LeConte 
Dr. John S. Laurie 



Dr. T. E. Lundy 
Dr. Floyd E. Mattheis 
Mr. James D. Nicholson 
Mr. Floyd M. Read, Jr. 
Dr. Charles W. Reynolds 



Mr. Thomas C. Rutherford 
Mr. Moses M. Sheppard 
Dr. Leland Stewart 
Dr. Edgar F. Stillwell 
Dr. Christine Wilton 









epartments Compose Science Division. 




Four departments make up the Division of Science: 
Biology; Chemistry; Physics; and Science Education. 
Dr. Charles W. Reynolds is the overall director of the 
division. Each of the four departments has a separate 
director. 

Among the programs now being developed in the 
Biology Department are marine biology, microbiology, 
and radiation biology. The department recently re- 
ceived a grant from the Atomic Energy Commission for 
laboratory equipment for radiation biology. The spec- 
ialized training of the staff of the Chemistry Depart- 
ment permits the offering of courses at an advanced 
level in any of the major areas of chemistry. The 
laboratory facilities are modern, and the department 
has recently moved into a new wing of Flanagan 
Building. The Physics Department has a two-fold pur- 
pose: training teachers and providing a strong liberal 
arts degree for those preparing for further study in 
physics. The Science Education Department teaches 
science courses to elementary education majors; it 
also teaches the science methods courses and super- 
vises student teaching in science. 



Dr. Everett demonstrates the principles of electrolitic conduction. 



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Sociology, 



Malthusian theory of population 




Dr. Dawyer D. Gross 



Dr. John Kozy, Jr 



Established at the beginning of this school year, the De- 
partment of Philosophy is headed by Dr. John Kozy, Jr. Com- 
bined fields of specialization of the staff members include 
history of philosophy, metaphysics, naturalism, the philosophy 
of science epistemology, and the philosophy of religion. 

Along with the many required philosophy courses, a major 
in this field can find outlets for his energies in the student 
philosophy discussion group. 

The department in general tries to maintain a standard of 
philosophy instruction comparable to that on any other college 
campus in the nation. 



With five full-time faculty members and Dr. Williams as 
head the newly formed Sociology Department strives to en- 
courage student interest by guiding pupils in facing the reality 
of social problems. From eleven different courses now being 
offered, students learn that the present situation facing this 
country and the rest of the world calls for greater understand- 
ing of human relations and social conditions everywhere. 

Farsighted students are increasingly enrolling in sociology 
courses in college to give them a better liberal arts education, 
irrespective of their chosen vocation or career. This subject is 
considered one of the best undergraduate majors for pre-pro- 
fessional training in law, business, industrial relations, per- 
sonnel work, social case work, and social administration. 



Mr. R. R. Napp Dr. Paul A. Toll Dr. Melvin J. Williams 

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Philosophy, am 




Dr. Cleveland Bradner emphasizes a point in his art philosophy lecture on "What i 




Charts and graphs aid class members in their studie 




Although the Political Science Department is one of 
the newest departments of the College, it begins from a 
well-developed base in the Social Studies Department. 
Courses cover the traditional areas of national and state 
government, comparative government, political theory, 
international relations, public administration, political par- 
ties, and municipal government. 

The seven member staff includes teachers with a high 
percentage of doctorates. Headed by Dr. John AA. Howell, 
these specialists prepare students for careers in govern- 
ment service, graduate work in political science or law, 
and management. 



olitical Science Receive Separate Status. 




Herbert R. Carlton 



Dr. James C. Di: 



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Shift 



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Delia Basnight, Denise Owens, and Darla Crayton fii 



Much work goes into the set constructions used by the Playhouse. Here the 
stage crew builds for West Side Story. 



Dr. Lucile Charles 
Mr. Edgar R. Loessir 



Mrs. Lena B. Reynolds 
Miss Helen V. Steer 




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Speech and Drama Provide Theatrical Training. 




The Department of Drama and Speech offers in- 
struction in all phases of theater production. The pro- 
ducing organization of the department, the East Caro- 
lina Playhouse, presents five major productions each 
Phiyear and several one-act plays directed by stu- 
dents and faculty. The work in speech includes a wide 
variety of forensic activities such as debates, broad- 
casting on the campus radio station, poetry reading, 
and oratory. 

Including Edgar R. Loessin, director of the depart- 
ment, nine full-time staff members guide students 
working toward the Bachelor of Arts degree and major- 
ing in either Drama, Drama and Speech, or Speech. 



ting class study improv 



part of their training in dramati 



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Jay 


William 


Edward 


Barber 


Cannon 


Ezzell 


Ronald 


Bill 


Billie 


Johnson 


McDuffie 


Melvin 



Alpha Phi Omeg 



Alpha Phi Omega was founded to create 
close brotherhood among men and to be of 
service to campus, community, and nation. 
This service fraternity, the first fraternity on 
campus, was organized locally January 17, 
1953. The national organization has grown 
since 1925 to include over three hundred 
chapters. 

Each winter the "APO's" sponsor the 
White Ball, a fund raising project for Crippled 
Children. During football season and at grad- 
uation exercises they serve as ushers. Helping 
with the Christmas Seal Drive and presenting 
a trophy to the most outstanding football 
player of the year are two other services of 
the fraternity. Along with other organizations, 
the fraternity participates in Homecoming 
events. Last year it won second place for its 
float. In every activity the brothers of Alpha 
Phi Omega strive to uphold their motto— "Be 
a friend; be of service; be a leader." 



President Bill Cannon 

Vice-President Jim Neilson 

Vice-President Fallon Melvin 

Treasurer . Bobby Tew 




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laises Funds for Crippled Children. 




Brothers and their dates line up to be presented at the White Ball 



President Bill Cannon and his date lead grand march at White Ball. 



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One of the events which the APO's and their dates attend during Home- 
coming is a banquet held at the Holiday Inn. 



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Delta Phi Delu 



Bob Branch and a fellow student work on one of the many assii 




Henry Harsch offers Sophie Kumm suggestions on her latest pair 




National honor art fraternity, Delta Phi Delta, 
formed a group trip to the World's Fair in New 
York this spring. During the year the members 
contributed to exhibits and sponsored art sales 
at Christmas. They also gave scholarships to 
worthy art majors. 

A junior or senior with outstanding studio work 
and an overall B average is eligible for member- 
ship in the Alpha Phi Chapter. This local chapter 
was founded May 14, 1960. Nationally, Delta Phi 
Delta was founded at the University of Kansas 
May 28, 1912, to promote art in the United 
States; to recognize scholarship and professional 
ability; and to foster true friendship. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 



Duffy Toler 
Linda Touchton 
Betty Robinson 

Bob Branch 




Linda Touchton demonstr. 
graph print. 



producing a litho 



Margaret 


Robert 


David 


Allen 


Branch 


Burkette 


Peggy 


Virginia 


Denise 


Canipe 


Carraway 


Chalk 


Bobbie 


A,chie 


Tran 


Eason 


Gaster 


Gordley 


Raymond 


Henry 


Nancy 


Harrison 


Harsch 


Hayes 



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angs Exhibit at Local Bank. 

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rf.A*fclift 



A major in business administration with a C average 
and at least five quarter hours of business courses is eli- 
gible for membership in Delta Sigma Pi. This professional 
business fraternity each year gives the Delta Sigma Pi 
Scholarship Key to the graduating male senior in com- 
merce or business administration who has the highest 
scholastic average in the School of Business. At Christmas 
it helps Chi Omega sorority give a party for underprivi- 
leged children. 

Delta Sigma Pi was founded on November 7, 1907, at 
New York University with the motto, "We do our best; 
you can do the rest." Today there are 116 chapters. The 
Delta Zeta chapter was chartered here May 21, 1955. 



President Roger Nixon 

Vice-President _ Paul Stokes 

Secretary Jim Rabon 

Treasurer _ _. Dick Holbert 





Delta Sigma Pis give reception for alumni during Homecoming fes- 



Delta Sigs enjoy a good time at an informal party held in their chapter room. 



308 



wards Annual Scholarship Key 




)r. Durham, Fred Ayers, Baxter Powe 
i Delta Sig social. 




President Roger Nixon presents scholarship key to Bill Grubbs. Dr. Elmer Browning looks < 



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Delta Sigs portray the theme of "Little Time to Big Time" in their Homecoming float. 



Bill Raynor discuss plans for 



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Gamma Thetc 







Gamma Theta Upsilon, honorary geography fraternity, spon- 
sors field trips to geographic points of interest in Virginia, 
North Carolina, and South Carolina, and the annual trip to 
Washington, D.C. The national, founded in March, 1928, at 
Illinois State, provides scholarships to members who work on 
their graduate degree in geography. 

To create a better understanding of geography and to help 
members further their education in the field of geography are 
the purpose of Gamma Theta Upsilon. The local chapter, Beta 
lota, was founded on March 25, 1955. It is open for member- 
ship to any interested geography major or minor. At the 
present, this chapter is undertaking a "crash" program to be- 
come one of the leading chapters in the nation. In 1956, Gam- 
ma Theta Upsilon at East Carolina College was the largest in 
the nation. 



Vice-President 
Secretary 



Lee H. Bacon 

Thomas Griggs 

Barry Whitley 

George Woodall 




Members Larry Lari 
Perejda. 



and Barry Whitley go over 



rid map with Dr. And 



Gamma Theta Upsilon members get together to discuss the amount of rainfall 
in Greenville and Eastern North Carolina. 



T psilon Sponsors Field Trips. 




President Lee Bacon presides over the weekly meeting 




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Fraternity members discuss different rock for 



Fallon Robert James 
Melvin Moore Parrish 

Dr. Andrew Henry Richard 

Perejda Sherard Stephenson 

Barry Nancy George 
Whitley Willis Woodall 



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& 



Phi Mu Alphas 




Lennen 




Ashley 


William 


Briley 




Brown 


Collins 


Alfred 




Erwin 


Marcus 


Del Ru 


sso 


Duckworth 


Duggin 


Charles 




Jack 


Newton 


Entzm 


nger 


Fetner 


Kelly 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is open to all male music lovers with 
a C average. This group was started on October 6, 1898, in 
Boston, Massachusetts. The Zeta Psi chapter, founded on Feb- 
ruary 19, 1955, is one of 214 chapters today. The ideals are 
to advance the cause of music, to foster brotherhood, and to 
encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. 

A tuition scholarship is given to a freshman music major 
selected by an audition committee. Activities include the 
American Music Festival, Contemporary Music Festival, Home- 
coming events, and the Spring Carnival. 



President 


Dan Smith 


Secretary 


John Patterson 
Mike Canipe 





Phi Mu Alpha brothers sign rushees du 



; on their Homecoming float. 



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aise Funds for Scholarships, 




John 

Pattersor 

Smith 

Tommy 
Stroud 



Whitehurst 
Richard 

Worthington 



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ro raise money for scholarships, brothers and pledges 
sell refreshments at "West Side Story." 



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Loyalty, service, and progress are the motto of Pi 
Omega Pi, honorary business fraternity. Each year the 
members of this fraternity take part in the Northeastern 
Regional Typewriting Contest, Homecoming activities, and 
Spring Carnival. A scholarship is given to the senior with 
the highest average in Business Education, and an award 
is given to the student who is outstanding in the teacher- 
training program. 

Founded on campus on February 12, 1944, Pi Omega 
Pi is open to a business education major with a "B" av- 
erage in business and education courses and an overall 
"C" average. At the national founding June 13, 1923, at 
Missouri State Teachers College, the fraternity set up its 
purpose of establishing chapters of Pi Omega Pi and 
creating a fellowship among teachers of business subjects. 



President _ . . Donna Dickens 

Vice President Faye DeBruhl 

Secretary Judy Mobley 

Treasurer .. Glenn Smith 



Ann 


Hilda 


Nadean 


Mary 


Adkins 


Alligood 


Ashley 


Beacham 


Hilda 


Linda 


Francis 


Faye 


Chisholm 


Crisp 


Daniels 


DeBruhl 


Donna 


Brenda 


Pat 


Faye 


Dickens 


Flowers 


Galloway 


Hall 



Pi Omega Pi Sponsors Annua 



Faye Brown and Dr. Aubrey Dempsey go over some last minute details before 





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Jean Townsend and Jerrell Jernigan go over plans for the coming ye 



bunders Day Social. 







Cleveland 

Hawkins Heim 

Marsha Carolyn 

Jordan McRoy 

Brendy Kay 

O'Berry Price 



Pi Omega Pi entertains 



Lawrence 
Hindsley 

Mackill 
Gayle 

Strickland 



Becky 

Honeycutt 
Betty 

Murphy 
Jean 

Townsend 
Phyllis 

Wooten 



Homecoming reception. 



Faye Hall and Cleveland Hawkins enjoy playing "Human Bingo" 
Founders Day party. 




inon: 





ktl 



Glenda 


Nancy 


Helen 


Evelyn 


Margaret 


Alford 


Calloway 


Charuhas 


Darden 


DeLong 


Carolyn 


Betty 


Linda 


Joanna 


Brenda 


England 


Gaskins 


Hanson 


Isaac 


Jacob 


Judy 


Pat 


Shirley 


Jacque 


Mildred 


Johnson 


Tyndall 


Morse 


Shipp 


Umburgei 


Shirley 


Kay 








Williams 


Wiggs 










Sigma Alpha lota, professional music fra- 
ternity, was founded at Ann Arbor, Mich- 
igan, June 12, 1903. To pin the 126 chap- 
ters this chapter, Beta Psi, was founded 
May 2, 1955. A music major with a B aver- 
age in music and an overall C average is 
qualified for membership. 

This group follows its purpose, "to further 
the cause of music," by participating in the 
Greek All-Sing, in which they were winners 
of the professional division, in the Contem- 
porary Music Festival, and in the Winter 
Musical. 



President _ 

Vice-President _ 

Secretary _. 



Margaret DeLong 



Sigma Alph 




Informal get-togethe 



of the activities spon 



Helen Charahas and Mildred Umbe 
Contemporary Music Festival. 



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Getting together to sing is enjoyed by the sisters of Sigma Alpha lota 
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)ta Wins First Place in Greek All-Sing 




Linda Hanson directs group in a rehearsal for the Greek All-Sing. 



Sigma Alpha lota sorority participates in the Greek All-Sing to take first place 
in the professional division. 



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Sigma Ta 



Recently organized on campus is Sigma Tau Sigma, the 
student tutoring society. This is a program offered free of 
charge by the students to other students who need scho- 
lastic help. The purpose of the society is three fold: to 
provide instruction free of charge to those students who 
desire to improve their scholastic standing; to stimulate 
among the student body an increased interest in the teach- 
ing profession; and to contribute to the scholarship and 
intellectual atmosphere of our college. 

With the Motto, "Service To All," this group was first 
organized in 1954, at the University of Pennsylvania. To- 
day there are thirty-one chapters. To be a member, a 
student must have a B average in the subject tutored. 
Members are invited upon recommendation of other hon- 
orary fraternities and department heads. Sigma Tau Sigma 
are the Greek letters which are equivalent of S.T.S., which 
stand for Student Tutoring Society. 



President 

Vice-President 


Patty Van Lierop 

Mack Worthington 


Treasurer . 


Nathan Caroon 







Bronna Sineath tutors a fellow student in English Composit 



Ravonda Garland 

Ambrose Askew 

Nathan Veronica 

Caroon Gay 

Bette Richard 

Jackson Miles 



Shirley 
Morse 



Carol 

Browni 
Linda 

Shelia 
Nelson 




Sigma Tau Sigma members enjoy a dinner hono 



held at the home of 



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gma Offers Free Tutoring Service. 




President Patty Van Lierop consults with advisor, Dr. Weigand. 



Future plans for the orga 



cussed by the members of Sigma Tau ! 



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Organized at East Carolina College in May, 1963, 
Alpha Psi Omega promotes interest in theater arts 
on the campus. This honorary dramatic fraternity was 
founded at Fairmont State College in Fairmont, West 
Virginia. 

A student who works on various dramatic presenta- 
tions or belongs to the East Carolina Playhouse is 
qualified for membership. Activities of the fraternity 
are playhouse productions and Homecoming. 



President _ .__ Alan Holcombe 

Business Manager „ Casandra Sneden 



Lucille 


Alan 


Tommy 


Dew 


Holcombe 


Jacks 


Lawrence 


Bill 




Murphy 


Weidenbacker 





Alpha Psi Omegas Aid Student Productions. 



portion of the set for "West Side Story" is constructed by members of the 




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Alpha Psi Omega members help in the production of "Antony and Cleo- 




first place in the professional float 



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Chi Beta Phi Specialized Tutoring Service. 



To promote interest in science and to give recognition to 
cholarly attainment in science are the purposes of the honor- 
ry science fraternity, Chi Beta Phi. The national organization 
'as founded in 1916 at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, 
'irginia; and the local chapter was founded in 1953. 

Membership is open to a second quarter spohomore major- 
lg or minoring in science, mathematics, or psychology with 
"B" average in major courses and a "C + " overall average, 
he members provide tutoring service and sponsor seminar 
oeakers from the North Carolina Academy of Science. The Key 
iward is given at the annual banquet to the Outstanding 
'\ember of the Year. 




President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Richard Miles 

Caroline Castelloe 

Faye Brown 

Foy Hyle 



Members of Chi Beta Phi discuss one of their national publications. 








Sadlack 
Bobby 

Ward 
Mack 

Worthington 



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Epsihn Pi Tau Completes First Year. 




Brothers take time out to look over the founders of Epsilon Pi Tau. 




Epsilon Pi Tau, international honorary professional fra- 
ternity in Industrial Arts and Industrial-Vocational Educa- 
tion, was founded nationally March 13, 1929, at- Columbus 
Ohio. Beta Mu, the local chapter, was chartered May 1 1 
1963. It is one of 72 chapters. 

A junior with a "C" average and a "B" average in In- 
dustrial Arts is qualified to membership in this newly- 
chartered fraternity. Ideals of the group are four-fold 
skill, poise, research, and professional prestige. 



President 

Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



John Walston 

illiam Wallen 

Billy Turner 

John White 








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Phi Epsilon Kappa Gives Service Award. 



To promote and elevate the ideals and pur- 
Doses of physical education is the purpose of 
3 hi Epsilon Kappa fraternity. This organiza- 
fion, the only national professional fraternity 
n health, physical education, and recreation, 
iA/as founded nationally April 15, 1913, and 
locally December 2, 1962. 

Open to any sophomore majoring in phy- 
sical education end maintaining a "C" average, 
this fraternity sponsors departmental meet- 
ings and assists in various phases of physical 
education work. A Distinguished Service 
Award is given to the member who renders 
outstanding service to the chapter. 



l//'ce President 



. William Oakley 
Leland Ashbrook 
. Donald Brewer 







'resident Bill Oakley and Tommy Spelle 
ushee one of their national publications. 




Brothers of Phi Epsilon Kappa enjoy a get together after meeting. 



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With the motto, "Enriching growth and high ideals should 
be a mark of our life," Phi Omicron was founded on cam- 
pus April 8, 1952. Any junior or senior home economics 
major with a "B" average is eligible for membership. 
The purpose of Phi Omicron is to encourage interest and 
scholarship in home economics, to aid in civic betterment 
at East Carolina College, to encourage high ethical stand- 
ards in business and professional life, and to instill the 
ideal of service. 

The main project this year was a cake sale in February. 
Under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Lambie, the organiza- 
tion participated in the Spring Carnival and nominated 
a sponsor for the Homecoming Court. 



President Nancy Ridenhour 

Vice-President Alice Smith 

Secretary Agnes Jensen 

Reporter Paulette Pace 



Jean 


Sammie 


Agnes 


Ruth 


Bell 


Clark 


Jensen 


Lambie 


Linda 


Shelby 


Paulette 


Nancy 


Lane 


Mclntyre 


Pace 


Ridenhoui 


Alice 


Karen 






Scott 


White 







Phi Omicron Sponsors Cake Sale. 




Phi Sigma Pi Advances Education. 



Honorary professional and education fraternity, Phi 
Sigma Pi, participates in campus activities and contributes 
o the Messick Scholarship Fund. The members present 
sn Outstanding Male Senior Award and "Honor Key" to 
brothers of outstanding merit. Last year the local chapter 
Dlaced second in the nation for the "Outstanding Chapter 
rrophy." 

Sophomores with an overall academic average of "B" 
jlus a good judiciary record are eligible for membership. 
3 hi Sigma Pi is founded upon the ideals of high scholar- 
ihip and the avowed purpose of advancing educational 
deals. 



President ... Tom Jones 

Vice-President Buddy Murray 

Secretary Mack Worthington 

_ Calvin Owens 



Treasurer 




i£2£ 



Raymond 


David 


Henry 




Cleveland 


Fornes 


Fussell 


Harsch 




Hawkins 


Richard 


Tom 


Richard 




Buddy 


Jenkins 


Jones 


Miles 




Murray 


Calvin 


Frank 


Robert 




Mickey 


Owens 


Sadlack 


Stroud 




Sykes 


Dr. Richard 


David 


Jim 




Mack 


Todd 


Whaley 


Willis 




Worthingtc 










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President Tom Jones and Dr. Richard Todd 
minute details before the meeting. 



David Whaley, Tom Jone 



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Dbert Stroud discuss the purposes of Phi Sigma Pi in an informal 



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Sigma Pi Alpha Sponsors Foreign Films. 



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Ann 


Dorothy 


Frances 


Barbara 


Campbell 


Hall 


Howell 


Miller 


Mary 


Willard 


Jackie 


Peggy 


Patelos 


Parrish 


Perkins 


Perry 


Shirley 


Barbara 


Margaret 


Carmen 


Pierce 


Proctor 


Rabon 


Rayno 


Sandra 


Kay 


Linda 


Bessie 


Smith 


Strickland 


Trotter 


Wells 



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Membership in Sigma Pi Alpha, honorary foreign lan- 
guage fraternity, is open to any student with an academic 
average of "C," a language average of "B," and credit 
for a language course above the elementary level. The 
fraternity was founded at N.C. State College in 1926 and 
locally in 1939. 

Sigma Pi Alpha takes part in United Nations Week ac- 
tivities and sponsors foreign films at downtown theaters. 
The purpose of this organization is to stimulate an interest 
in and acquire a more intimate knowledge of the people 
whose languages are being studied and to contribute to- 
wards a better understanding between the United States 
and other countries. 



President .... _ 


Bessie Wells 


Vice-President 


- - Peggy Perry 


Secretary 


linda Trotter 


Treasurer ... _ _ 


Shirley Pierce 




operate laboratory equipment to Bessii 



Sigma Pi Alpha members enjoy putting 
foreign language department. 



on the bulletin board in the 



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Sigma Tau Delta Contributes to Publications. 




Bonnie 


Elizabeth 


Jackie 


Sarah 


Balance 


Bennett 


Bullard 


Caraway 


Brenda 


Dr. George 


Annie 


Sandra 


Chappel 


Cooke 


Dixon 


Edwards 


Kay 


Elizabeth 


Jeanette 


Mrs. Antoinette 


Francis 


Fuller 


Harris 


Jenkins 


Jamie 


Dr. Rachel 


Cappy 


Susan 


Jenkins 


Kilpatrick 


Langston 


Lewis 


Carolyn 


Kay 


Fay 




McAllister 


/Wears 


Morris 






With the motto, "Sincerity, truth, and design," Sigma 
Tau Delta, honorary English fraternity, was started locally 
in 1961. Requirements for membership are a major or 
minor in English, a "B" average in English courses, and 
an overall "C" average. The fraternity was founded to 
promote the mastery of written expression, to encourage 
worthwhile reading, and to foster a spirit of fellowship 
among English majors. 

Participating in the Spring Carnival, aiding campus 
publications, and sponsoring the Fine Arts Festival are 
three projects of Sigma Tau Delta. The faculty advisor is 
Dr. Hermine Caraway. 



President Judy Reel 

Vice-President _ Kay Meares 

Secretary Mary Virginia Stallings 

Treasurer Kay Francis 




Iris 


Carolyn 


Freddie 


Newton 


Osborne 


Powell 


Barbara 


Judy 


Bronna 


Proctor 


Reel 


Sineath 


Wanda 


Mary 


Kay 


Smith 


Stallings 


Strickland 


Joan 


Dr. Katherine 


Betsy 


Wetherington 


White 


Williamsor 



Deltas have informal discussion while making plans for upcoming 



ilTAi 



Tli 



Tau Sigma Upholds Motto rr To Serve. 



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Vivian 


Judy 


Patsy 


Norma 


Adams 


Biggs 


! Bowling 


Bright 


Faye 


Carol 


Carol 


Faye 


Brown 


Carter 


Combs 


Creegan 


Kay 


Nancy 


Shelby 


Betsy 


Francis 


Garner 


Grady 


Leggett 


Brenda 


Eleanor 


Judy 


Sue 


Painter 


Poole 


Reel 


Ruffin 
Mary 
Stallings 




Honorary educational fraternity, Tau Sigma, was or- 
ganized to explore education, to supplement classroom 
work with actual experiences, to give members an op- 
portunity to meet real problems and situations that will 
be eventually met in the field, and to provide a living 
laboratory in which to learn practical ways to be of service. 

With the motto "To Serve," the Alpha Chapter was 
founded in the spring of 1955. Qualifications include a 
"B" average, requirements toward B.S. degree, classifica- 
tion of second quarter freshman or upperclassman, and 
qualities of leadership. The members, under the direction 
of Dr. Douglas Jones, participate in the Buccaneer Pageant, 
Homecoming Weekend, and the Spring Carnival. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Faye Creegan 
Kay Yow 

Nancy Garner 
. Faye Brown 



Members of Tau Sigma prepan 




Kay Francis, Faye Creegi 
informal rush party. 



Carol Combs sign in rushees during a Tau Sigma 



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Graduates 




Graduate student 



Saturday. 



The Graduate Division at East Carolina has a wide offering for 
the student wishing to do work at the graduate level. It is pos- 
sible to receive one of four degrees: Master of Arts with an aca- 
demic major, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Fine Arts De- 
gree in the School of Art, or Master of Music Degree in the School 
of Music. 

A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college with acceptable 
grades and a satisfactory score on the aptitude section of the Grad- 
uate Record Examination are two requirements for all who wish 
to enter Graduate School. Forty-five hours is the minimum re- 
quirement for a Master's Degree in any field offered. Administra- 
tion of the graduate program is the responsibility of the Director 
of Graduate Studies. 




Bobby Hood and Terry Tugw 
of those Saturday morning cla: 



;ide the College Union during 




ALLEN, ANNE FRANCES Farmville 

Education and English 

ARTHUR, CHARLES L. Kinston 

History and Geography 

BLACKWELL, MELBOURNE DALE, JR. Greenville 



BROOK, AUDREY WEISS Greenville 

Guidance and Psychology 

BROOK, MICHAEL CARL Greenville 

Clinical Psychology and Sociology 

Tarboro 



CHESSON, JESSIE P., JR. 



COZART, FRANCES 



DEXTER, CHARLOTTE W. 

Geography and Political Scii 

FOUSHEE, ISABELL L. 

English and Library Scien< 



Greenville 
Greenville 
Greenville 



OSSETT, WILLIAM TED 

Music Education 


Rocky Mount 


REEN, VIRGINIA ANN 

Mathematics and Physics 


Greenville 


ARRIS, SADIE L. 

Elementary Education 


Havelock 


ARRIS, SYLVIA PARKS 

Business Education 


Enfield 


EERY, JOHN JOSEPH Gibbstown, N. J. 

Business and History 


OWES, BETTY B. 

Elementary Education 


Griffon 


5RAEL, MARION M. 

Music Education 


Greenville 


EWIS, CHRISTINE 

Elementary Education 


Greenville 


AEARS, RICHARD WALTER 

Psychology 


Greenville 


ARKER, WILLIAM LEE 

Psychology 


Thomasville 


ELTOS, RAYMOND A. Ney, Ohio 

Business Administration and Psychology 


OOLE, JEANNE E. 

Art and Education 


Raleigh 


>ROCTOR, KENNETH RAY 

English and History 


Stantonsburg 


<EECE, JERRY PATRICIA 

Psychology and Sociology 


Hendersonville 


SCHWUCHOW, ROBERT C. 

Music Education 


Decatur, Ala. 


SYKES, MARION P., JR. 

History and English 


Enfield 


TOWNSEND, ELBERT T. 

History and English 


Wilmington 


TRIPP, BETTY JO 


Buies Creek 






Business Education 




&3& 



Graduates 




it** 




TROGDON, KENNETH PAUL Cumberland 

Psychology 



WADE, NANCY LEE Henderson 

Science Education 



WASHER, ROBERT JAMES Merrick, N. Y. 

Education 



WHITEHURST, WILLARD T., JR. Bethel 

Science and Psychology 

WHITLOCK, LARRY DAVIS Hendersonville 

Psychology 

WIGGS, ARITTA KAY Selma 

Music Education 



WILLIAMS, HOWARD G. Rocky Mount 

WINSLOW, DAN REED Winfall 

Psychology 



WU, TSAI-HONG 



the lawn concert prior to 



ADAMS, VIVIAN Wilmington, Del. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Lecture Committee; Tau 
Sigma Honorary Fraternity; Association of Childhood Education. 



ADCOCK, EDNA ROSE 

Social Studii 
Library Club; Women's Recre 



Oxford 



nd Library Science, 
m Association. 



ADKINS, MARGARET ANN Rocky Mount 

Business, B.S. 
Marshal, Chief; Alpha Delta Pi, President and Recording Secretary; 
National Convention Delegate to Alpha Delta Pi; Student Govern- 
ment Association, Historian and Executive Committee; Pi Omega Pi, 
Sophomore Class, Secretary; Homecoming Sponsor; Student Counselor; 
Lutheran Student Association; Inter-Religious Council; Future Business 
Leaders of America; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



ADLER, LOUIS FOXMAN 



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ALBERTSON, LINDA C. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

ALBRITTON, EVELYN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education. 



ALDRIDGE, CAROL E. Harrisburg 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club, President and Vice-President; Student Counse- 
lor; Young Women's Christian Association, Treasurer; Student National 
Education Association; BUCCANEER; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 




ALFORD, WINNIE EVELYN 

Psychology and English, 
Psychology Club. 

ALLEN, BRENDA GAYLE 



Whitakers 



Four Oaks 



$ § $ 



ALLEN, WARREN KAYE 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Young Republicans Club; East Carolina College 
Playhouse. 

ALLISON, JAMES R. Reidsx 

Social Studies and Sociology, A.B. 

AMAN, GENE THOMAS Jacksom 



Pantego 




Seniors 




Clintc 



ANDERSON, CAROLYN J. H. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

ANDERSON, JOHNNY Y. 

Physical Education and Social Studies 
Football. 

ANDREWS, JAMES TRACY 



ARANT, PATRICIA ANN New Be: 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood 
Education; Women's Chorus; Secretary, Ragsdale Hall; Kappa Delta. 

ARMSTRONG, LINDA GAIL Portsmouth, V 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Chaplain, Pledge Trainer, Rush Secretary; Student 
Counselor; Modern Dance Club. 

ARNOULT, JOSEPH HENRY Martinsville, I 

Psychology and Business, A.B. 
Sigma Nu, Treasurer, Inter Fraternity Council Representative, Social 
Chairman; Young Democrats Club; Psychology Club; Future Business 
Leaders of America. 




ASHLEY, NADEAN LEE 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi. 

ATKINSON, LOIS 

Biology, B.S. 
Free Will Baptist Youth Fellowship. 

AUSTIN, DAWN ELIZABETH 

English and Social Studii 
Alpha Xi Delta, Marshal; East Carolinian; 



Cove City 



High Point 

r; Buccaneer. 



AUTREY, LOIS ANN 



Economics, B.S. 



AVERETTE, LARRY M. 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Men's Glee Club; "Guys and Dolls"; Baptist Student Uni. 



AYCOCK, SARAH ANN 

Physical Edu 
Physical Education Club. 



and Psychology, B. S. 



AYERS, FRED DALBERG 

Business, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Delta Sigma Pi, 

BACON, LEE HARRIS 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Track Team; Gamma Theta Upsilon, President. 

BAILEY, BETTIE JO 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National 



BAILEY, HERBERT T., JR. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 



Greenville 
Jacksonville 



Elizabeth City 

/ice-President. 

Salem, N. J. 



BAILEY, OTIS TALMADGE 



Pi Kappa Phi, Historian. 

BAILEY, SANFORD W. 



Society for the Advancement of Management 



Tarborc 
Graham 



Class of 1964 Numbers Over 1,000. 



\ILEY, SHAARON ANN 

Mathema! 



\ILEY, SHELLIE DEW 



Wilson 
, B.S. 
Association for Childhood 



\KER, MARY ANNE Fayetteville 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Woman's College, Transfer Student. 



\KER, RITA WILSON 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America, State Treasun 
Secretary; Student National Education Association. 



\LLANCE, BONNIE DEW 

English and Libr, 
National Education Association; Sign 



Tau Delta. 



\LLANCE, WILLIAM D. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Semper Fidelis Society; North Carolii 
Arts Association. 



Fremont 



Manteo 

Industrial 





BARCO, BARBARA GAYE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice-Pcesident, 
Dean's Advisory Council, Women's Recreation Association. 

BAREFOOT, MILES F. 

Psychology, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Phi, Social Chairman; Swimming Team. 

BARHAM, JOYCE FAY 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Summer School Officer, Cotten Hall. 



Grand^ 



Greensborc 



Chadbourr 

Student National 



BARNES, CAROLYN SUE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Women's Chorus; Association of Childhood Educati 
Education Association; Transfer, Campbell College. 

BARNES, KENNETH T. 

Social Studies and Industrial Arts, 
Industrial Arts Club. 



BARNHILL, DONNYE V. Battleborc 

Nursing, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Nurses Club, Treasurer, President; North Carolina 
Student Nurses Association, "Student Nurse of the Year." 



BASS, LYNWOOD A. 

Transfer, Atlantic Christ 



Business, A.B. 
College; Weight Trail 



BATEMAN, WASHINGTON E. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi; Future Business Leaders of Americ 



BEASLEY, BOBBY W. 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Mathematics Club, Jones Hall Floor Representative, 



Wilsor 

Club. 

Belhaver 

; Graduate Fellow- 

Laurinburc 



BECK, LORA HILL 

Primary Edu 

BENMOUYAL, PIERRE P. 

Chemist 



A B. 



WintervilU 
Casablanca, Moroccc 
Virginia Beach, Va 



BENNETT, BRYAN LEE 

History and Speech, B.S. 
Theta Chi; Circle K, President, Lieutenant Governor Carolina District 
Student Senate; Junior Class President; Ring Committee; State Stu 
dent Legislature; Marching Pirates; Reserve Officers Training Corps 
WWWS Radio; Varsity Cheerleader, Captain; "Once Upon A Mat 



Seniors 



During the half-time break at the football games, 
the cheerleaders were in charge of throwing minia- 
ture footballs to the fans in the stands. It was 
a "grab game" for those people involved. 




^NETT, ELIZABETH A. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Delta; East Carolina College Orchestra; Chapel Cr 



sISON, JAMES LYNN 



Ayden 



MSON, JIMMY CARLTON 



?RY, WILLIAM LONG 



School of Bus 



Theta Chi Epsil 



5T, LINDA CAROL 

Mathe 
Math Club; Student Natioi 



natics and English, B.S. 



r ACK, EDMUND JOSEPH 



GS, JUDY LOUISE 

Grammar 
Association for Childhood Ed 
Education Association, Treasu 
tary; Tau Sigma; [ 
Carolina Wesleyan Col 



Clayton 



Frankford, Del. 



Cressona, Pa. 



Hickory 



A I . 



Student National 
: ellowship, Secre- 
Buccaneer; North 



d Social Studies, B.S. 



;gs, rittie jean 

Eng 
Women's Chorus, English Club. 

IGS, THOMAS OTHO Manteo 

Business Administration, A.B. 

JGHAM, DONNA ANN Raleigh 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
East Carolinian, News Editor; Student Government Association 
Homecoming Committee; College Marshal; Chi Omega, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Student Counselor; Delegate to State Student 
Legislature; Dormitory Secretary. 



\CK, SANDRA KAY 

French and English, A.B. and B.S. 
Alpha Phi Sorority; Student National Education Associi 
coming Representative; Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart 
Alpha Phi Pledge Class. 

\CKBURN, LARRY M. 



Fayetteville 



Spray 




Seniors 




BLACKWELDER, CHARLES 

Physical Education and Social Studii 
Physical Education Major's Club. 

BLANCHARD, CHARLES W. 

Chowan College, Transfer. 

BLANTON, JAMES C. 

Business, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha, Vice President. 

BLYTHE, MARGARET ELIZABETH 



BOBBITT, JOAN FRANCES 

Grammar Edu 
Student National Education Associi 
Childhood Education. 

BONNER, MICAJAH MIXON 

Health and Physica 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Educ 



Kings Mountain 



Rocky Mount 



Greenv 

Baptist Fel- 



OTELER, EDWARD AA., JR. 

Mathematics and Physics, A.I 



OUDREAUX, ROBERT AA. 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 



OWEN, GEORGE B. 



OWEN, NELL CORINNE 



Chi Omega; Associat 



OWERS, DAN LEWIS 



OWLING, PATSY S. 



au Sigma; Student National Edu 



Roper 



Washington 

National Educa- 



Williamston 



Greensboro 



OYD, CAROLYN CAAAPBEL 

Primary Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood 



OYD, PEGGY SHEPPARD Washington 

Primary Education, B.S. 
National Education Association; Association for Childhood Educa- 



RADLEY, DAVID JESSE 

Society for the Advancement of Management. 

RADLEY, DAVID J. 

King Youth Fellowshii 



Hobgood 



Science, B.S. 



RANCH, ROBERT C. Rocky Mount 

Art, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Delta Phi Delta; Inter-Fratemity Council, Presi- 
dent; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES. 



iRANDON, ELIZABETH R. Wilson 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Wesley Foundation, Officer. 





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i?h*L 


K 



Construction Begins on Classroom Building. 




BRANNON, ELIZABETH K. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Kappa Delta; Na 

BRASWELL, BILLY E. 

Business, A.B. 
Sophomore Class Senator; Theta Chi; Future Busines: 
America; Track; Student Government Association. 

BRASWELL, DOUGLAS G. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 



Sanfor 



BRAXTON, JULIA C. 



Oak Ci 



Primary Education, B.S. 



Association; Association for Childhood Edu 



BREEDLOVE, JOHN R. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

BREWER, DONALD LEE 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa, Seer 



REWER, HILDA MARIE 



Clinton 



Edu 



Association of Childhood Education, Secretary and Historian; Student 
National Education Association; Student Counselor; Student Govern- 
ment Association, Senator; Alpha Phi, Activities Chairman and Pan- 
hellenic Delegate. 

REWER, LINDA ELAINE Siler City 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Association for Childhood Education; Student National 
Education Association; Panhellenic Council, Vice President; Bucca- 
neer; Fleming Hall, Secretary; East Carolinian, Exchange Manager. 

REWER, RICHARD D. Belleville, N.J. 

Science and Mathematics, B.S. 
Circle K Club; WWWS-FM; Station Manager; Broadcasting Guild, 
President. 

RIGHT, NORMA FAYE Elizabeth City 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Wesley Foundation, Secretary, Fine Arts Chairman; Tau Sigma, 
Chapel Choir. 

RILEY, LENNON GLENN Greenville 

Music, B.S. 
East Carolina College Marching Band; East Carolina Symphonic 
Band; Phi Mu Alpha, Corresponding Secretary; Percussion Ensem- 
ble. 

RILEY, WILLIAM C. Greenville 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club. 



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Seniors 



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& 



BRINKLEY, ROBERT F. 

Social Studi ( 



and Government, 



Wilmingtor 
Greenville 



BRINKLEY, WILLIAM E., JR. 

Accounting, A.B. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Social Chairman, Secretary, President; Inter 
Fraternity Council; Senior Class Treasurer; The Greek Courier, 
Editor; Dean's Advisory Council. 

BRINN, JACK ELLIOTT Herf 



BRISSON, JUDY HESTER Bladenb 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Chi Omega, Treasurer; Women's Recreation Association, Secretary; 
Physical Education Majors Club; Women's Recreation Association 
Outstanding Sorority Representative. 

BRITT, HENRY VANN Clin 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Phi. 

BRITTAIN, DOROTHY W. Bol 

Social Studies and Library Science, B.S. 



BROUGHTON, JUDY ELIZABETH 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu 
Association. 



BROWN, CHARLES M„ JR. 

Business Admini: 
Goldey-Beacom, Transfer Student; Ne 



Ingleside, Md. 



BROWN, CLAUDIA C. Marshallberg 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education; Student Na- 
tional Association. 

BROWN, DWIGHT DELMONT Asheboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Football. 

BROWN, ELIZABETH FAYE Wilsons Mills 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Math Club, President; Chi Beta Phi, Secretary; Tau Sigma, Treasurer- 
Young Democrats Club; Baptist Student Union. 



BROWN, JOSEPH PARKS 

Mathematics and Social Studii 



Wade 
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Each year East Carolina Col- 
lege has a weekend for alumni 
and guests to come back to cam- 
pus. As a part of these home- 
coming festivities, a parade high- 
lights Saturday morning. This 
event took place on October 19, 
and nearly 100 units wound 
along the three-mile parade 
route. 



Seniors 



BROWN, JOYCE ERLEAN Moores 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Sorority, Pledge Trainer; Math Club; Women's Chorus 
Association of Childhood Education; National Education Association 

BROWN, WILLIAM A., JR. Tar! 

Music, B.S. 
Symphonic Band; Marching Band 
Orchestra; Musical, "South Pacific' 
Choir; Madrigal Group. 

BRYAN, JANET LAWS 

Home Econon 
Home Economics Club. 

BRYAN, CAULEY JONES 

Grammar Educ. 
Student Counselor; North Carolina Ed 



Brass Ensemble; Orchestra; 
Phi Mu Alpha, Historian; Col 



Seven Springs 



Greenville 

Scholarship Chair- 



BRYANT, ELIZABETH LEE 

English, B.S. 
Kappa Delta Sorority, President of Pledg 
man. Social Service Chairman; Westminster Fellowship, First Vice- 
Moderator; College Marshal; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

BULLARD, JACKIE FAYE Chadbour 

English, B.S. 
Cotton Hall, Secretary; Jarvis Hall, House Council; Library Club, 
Reporter; Sigma Tau Delta, Publicity Chairman; North Carolina 
English Teacher's Association. 



BULLOCK, GEORGE M. 

Sciei 
Science Club. 

BULLOCK, JACKQUELINE O. 



Fuquay Springs 

Goldsboro 
Reidsville 



BULLOCK, MARVIN F. 

Physical 
Physical Education Majors Club. 



BUNDY, OLA MAE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Wesley Foundation; College Union Entertain 
Committee; Home Economics Chapter; Inter-Religious Coi 



Elizabeth City 



Turlington 



Student Natii 



RALPH, G. THOMPSON 

Primary E 
Association for Childhood Edi, 
Association. 



BUNTING, POLLY LINDA Williamston 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice President; Panhellenic Council; "Miss 
Greenville"; Pi Kappa Alpha Dreamgirl; Homecoming Representa- 
tive; Treasurer of Freshman Class. 




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BURGESS, JOHN PAYNE Arlington, Va. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Sigma Nu, Treasurer. 

BURKETTE, DAVID AARON Ahoskie 

Art, B.S. 
Phi Delta; Marching Band; Varsity Band; Buccaneer 



Art Club; De 
Sports Car Club. 

BURROUGHS, DIANE F. 

Primary Educatic 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Corresponding Sec 

BURTON, WILLIAM G. 

Psychology, 
Varsity Football; Circle K Club; Buccar 
Majors Club. 

BYNUM, JOHN HARRIS 

Business Administration, 
Circle K Club; Lambda Chi Alpha; Air For. 
ing Corps. 

CAIN, ELLEN MARIE 



Nurses Club, Finance Committee; Student Nu 
North Carolina. 



Arlington, Va. 
I.S. 

Greenville 

Varsity Track; Psychology 

Greenville 

I, A.B. 

e Officers Train- 



Roseboro 

Association of 



Seniors 



AIN, LINDA HARRIET 



Fay 



for Childhood 



Education; Library Club. 

AMPBELL, MARY ANN 



Winter Park, Fla. 

Art, A.B. 
Chi Omega; Delta Phi Delta, Corresponding Secretary; Art Club; 
Senior Class Secretary; Buccaneer Queen Representative. 



ANIPE, BRENDA JOYCE 

English and French, B.S. 
Rebel; Graduate Assistant, Department of English. 

ANIPE, PEGGY JEWELL 

Art, B.S. 
Delta Phi Delta. 

ANNADY, SYLVIA D. 



Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Roseboro 



ary Education, B.S. 

nal Education Association; r 

tion for Childhood Educatic 



Chi Omega; Student Na 
Chorus. 



ANNON, JAMES A., JR. Raleigh 

English and Speech, B.S. 
College Union, President; Newman Club; Young Democratic Club; 
Campus Radio Publicity Director; College Union Board; Chairman 
of Record and Dance Committee; English Club. 

ANNON, WILLIAM E. New Bern 

Business Education, B.S. 
Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer; 
Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Intramural Sports. 

ANTRELL, HENRY B. Morganton 

Business, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Order, Secretary; Young Democrats Club; Future 
Business Leaders of America; Men's Judiciary, Vice-Chairman; Men's 
Council, Chairman; Inter-Fraternity Council; Orientation Counselor; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 



ARAWAN, BETTY ANNE 

Physical Education and Social Studii 
Alpha Phi; Buccaneer; Physical Education Majoi 
dent Center. 

AvROON, NATHAN ALTON 

English and French, B.S. 

^RR, JUDY CATHERINA 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

a^RROLL, ELIZABETH 

Social Studic 



Greenville 
, B.S. 
Club; Baptist Stu- 

Aydlett 
Willard 



and Psychology, B.S. 



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CARTER, CAROLE BROOKS 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Student National Education As: 
tion for Childhood Education; Tau Sigma, Pledge 


Sunbury 

Chairman. 


CASCIOLI, EDNA H. 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi. 


Griffon 


CASEY, BENJAMIN H., JR. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Epsilon Pi Tau. 


Goldsboro 


CASEY, PEGGY AAARIE Kinston 

Primary Education 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education 
Association; Women's Chorus. 


CASH, BETTE LOU 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Louisburg College, Transfer Student; Associatio 
Education; Buccaneer Pageant; Alpha Omicron 


Louisburg 

n for Childhood 
Pi, Pledge Class 


CASH, PEGGY MORRIS 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association. 


Youngsville 


CASHWELL, SARA B. 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 


White Oak 


CASSICK, CAROL ALLEN 

Nursing, B.S. 
Nurses Club. 


Greenville 


CASTELLOE, MARY C. 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi; National Edu< 


Windsor 


CATES, EDITH ANNE 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Aquanymphs, President; Student Government A 
Committee; Phi Beta Lambda. 


Orlando, Fla. 

ssociation, Budget 


CAUDILL, SUE CAROLE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Associal 
Education. 


Stai 

ion of Childhood 


CAYTON, ELIZABETH B. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; National Edu 


Turkey 

cation Association. 



Luboff Choir Appears November 21. 




Moyock 



CHALK, DENISE RHYNE 

Art and English, B.S. 
East Carolinian; Modern Dance Club; Baptist Student Union, Publicity 
Chairman, Newspaper Assistant Editor; Alpha Xi Delta; Delta Phi 
Delta; "Anthony and Cleopatra"; Art Club. 



CHAMPION, BETTIE S. 

Primary Education, B.S. 




Franklintor 


CHAPMAN, EDDIE GRANER 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
High Point College, Transfer Student. 




Newpor 


CHEEK, SAMUEL J. 

Business Administration, A.B. 




Goldstor 


CHERRY, JAMES STEWART 

Physical Education and Mathematics, 
Physical Education Majors Club. 


B.S. 


RaleiS 


CHESHIRE, WILLIAM E. 

Physical Education and Social Studies 


, B.S. 


Plymoutl 



IESTNUTT, SYLVIA I. 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 

IIARENZA, ANTHONY A. 

Psychology and Social Studies, A. 
Football; Weight Training Club. 

IRISAAAN, GARY BLAINE 

Business, A.B. 

ARK, MYRA GAYLENE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Music Educators National Conference; Associat 
Education; Student National Education Associatic 
mittee; Hall Proctor; Chapel Choir. 

ARK, WILLARD J., JR. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 



Magnolia 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

McLean, Va. 



Bcnlee 
Faison 



FTON, SUSAN ROYALL 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Woman's Recreation Association, President; Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club; North Carolina Association of Health, Physical Educa- 
tion and Recreation; Gymnastic Club; Student National Education 
Association; Wesley Foundation; Dean's Advisory Council; Wilson 



)BB, SANDRA LORRAINE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club, Secretary; Student Counselo 

1CHRANE, ALICE J. 



Merry Hi 



Student Counselor; Dc 



)LLINS, WILLIAM MAX 



)MBS, LEANNE 



Salisbury 

3 | Con- 



1MPTON, NANCY GAYLE Sat 

Nursing, B.S. 
Alpha Phi, Corresponding Secretary; Nurses Club, President; Vic 
President of Garrett Hall; Dean's Advisory Council; Transfer fro 
Meredith College. 

)NDER, ANNE RUSSELL Swans 




mmM 




PPfi 



Chapel Choir; Baptist Student Union, Executive Council; Studen 
National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education 
Young Democrats Club; Vice President of Garrett Hall. 



Seniors 



5NGLETON, KENNETH R. 

Science and Social Studies, A.B., B.S. 
Theta Chi, Secretary; Tau Sigma; Science Club; Na 



)PPLE, RICHARD LEE 

Grammar 
Varsity Band; Men's Glee Club. 



Greenwood, Del. 



)RKRAN, DANIEL ED, JR. Rhodesdale, Md. 

Accounting, A.B. 
Transfer Student, University of Maryland, Goldey Beacom. 



XJRIE, JANIECE L. 



Kinston 

, B.M. 
Kappa Delta; College Choir. 



iX, BEVERLY BARRETT Newport News, Va. 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Wesley Foundation, Treasurer, Fine Arts Chairman; Student Christian 



}X, CAROL ROSE 



North Wilkesboro 




U £ P 



COX, RONNIE HURST 



COX, ROY SHEPPARD 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 



COX, STANLEY WILSON 
COX, VIVIAN ANNE 

Grammar Educ 
Student National Education 
Education. 



nd Psychology, B.S. 




CRAWLEY, GLORIA JANE Aydei 

Nursing, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Nurses Club, Secretary; North Carolina Student 
Nurses Association. 

CROCKER, JAMES THOMAS Hampton, Ve 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 
Varsity Wrestling; Varsity Track; Lambda Chi. 

CROCKER, SYLVIA ANN Hendersoi 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; Westminster Fellowship; North 
Carolina Education Association; National Education Association; 
Women's Chorus; Fleming Hall, Vice President; Bucaneer; Women's 



CROSS, JAMES L. Huber 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Men's Glee Club, Vice President, President; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Chaplain; Inter-Fraternity Council, Rush Committee; Buccaneer Sports 
Car Club, President; Semper Fidelis Society; Industrial Arts Club; 
Newman Club. 



CROUCH, PEGGY T. 



CROUSE, LINDA CAROL Greensb 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Phi Rose Queen; Homecoming Sponsor; Alpha Phi; Pan- 
hellenic Delegate. 

CROWELL, JAMES K., JR. Wilming 

Business Administration and Accounting, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Delta Sigma Pi; East 



Carolinian. 

CULBRETH, THOMAS C, JR 



Plymoutl 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; American Association of Health, 
Physical Education, and Recreation; Young Republicans Club; 
National Education Association. 



Seniors 



ZULLIPHER, LOUIS A., JR. Colerain 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold Air Society, 
Executive Officer. 

ZUMMINS, ROMA LEE Mooresville 

English and Geography, A.B. 
Buccaneer; Alpha Xi Delta; Student Counselor. 

IUNNIFF, WILLIAM H. Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Varsity Wrestling; Pi Kappa Alpha; Cheerleader. 

ZUNNINGHAM, SUZANNE O. Plymouth 

Art and Social Studies, B.S. 
College Band; Art Club; Chess Club; Bridge Club; Mathematics Club. 



URTISS, ROBERT E. 



DAIL, EVA SANDRA 



Scarsdale, N.Y. 



Industrial Arts, B.S. 



Alpha Xi Delta; Ragsdale Hall, President; Student National Educ 
Association; Baptist Student Union. 

344 





DALLAS, GARLAND S., JR. 

English and History, A.E 
Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Men's Glee Club; 
Student Counselor. 



DANIEL, BETTY BROOKS 

Library Scienc 
Library Club, Secretary-Trea: 



and Social Studic 



DANIEL, RUTH CARL 

Primary I 
Association for Childhood Educ 

DANIELS, WILLIAM EARL 

Business Ad 

DAVENPORT, JANE PAGE 

Primary ! 
Women's Glee Club; Student Na 

DAVES, PATRICIA ANN 

Business I 
Student National Education As; 
America; Baptist Student Uni 
Transfer Student. 



Gardner-Webb Jc 



Dudley 



Washington 



Leaders of 
>r College, 



DAVIS, ANDREW MARTIN 

Business and Social Studi( 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman; Inter- 



DAVIS, CHARLES M. 

Pi Kappa Phi. 



ndustrial Arts, B.S. 



DAVIS, EDGAR QUINTON 

Chemistry, A.B. 



DAVIS, JANICE FAYE 



DAVIS, JEAN SWINDELL 



DAVIS, LINDA KAYE 



Richmond, Va. 

iity Representative. 

Seven Springs 



Rocky Mount 

East Carolina Col- 



Delray Beach, Fla. 



Football games are the main items 
for social life during the fall quarter. 
As usual, there are persons who take 
a keen interest in the game, ones who 
talk to their neighbor, and others who 
have that disgusted look. Football time 
is the time for many varied expressions. 




DAVIS, PATRICIA M. 

Social Studii 
Baptist Student Center. 



DAVIS, PEGGY LEVERNE 

History and English, B.S. 
Delta Zeta, Projects Chairman, President; Honor Council; Stud 
Government Association; White Ball Candidate; Student Natio 



Louisburg 



Edu 



Ml 



.ident of Fleming Dormitory. 



Fayetteville 



Roanoke Rapids 



DAWKINS, EDWIN ALLEN 

Business, B.S. 

DEAN, WILLIE LEANORD 

Business, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Efficiency Chairman; Phi Bel 

DEBERRY, VICTOR ANN 

Art, B.S. 
Women's Chorus; Choral Union; Phi Bet; 
Club; Alpha Omicron Pi; North Carolina Ai 
Recreation Association. 

DEBRUHL, CAROLYN FAYE 

Business Education, E 
Pi Omega Pi, Vice President; Phi Beta Lamb. 

DENNING, JUDY FAYE 

Home Economics, B. 



DERCOLE, PATRICIA ANN Clifton Heights, Pa. 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association, Vice President, President. 

DICKENS, DONALD C. Enfield 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Varsity Football; Intramural Sports; Physical Education Majors Club. 



DICKENS, DONNA YVONNE 

Busin. 
Pi Omega Pi, President; Bucca 

DILDAY, JAMES EARL 

Mathematics a 
Math Club, Intramural Sports. 



DIXON, ANNIE LAURA 

English and Social Studii 
Sigma Tau Delta. 



Fuquay Springs 
3.S. 

Sponsor; Phi Beta Lambda. 



Ahoskie 



Oxford 




Atfc Hi 



<? 




Seniors 




DOWD, CAROLYN ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Social Chairman; Association for 
tion; North Carolina Education Association. 


Bear Cree 

Childhood Educa- 


DOWDY, BYBE D. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 


Nashvil 


DRAPER, JOHN ROBERT 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Varsity Baseball. 


Suffolk, 1 


DUDLEY, MARY LONG 

Primary Education, B.S. 


Englehar 


DUKE, JOSEPH B. 

Varsity Football; Lambda Chi Alpha; Track. 


Washingto 


DUNCAN, NONA BALLARD 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Kappa Delta, Secretary; Canterbury Club. 


Greenvill 





9 O 

dm, 



DUNN, DORIS FAYE 



DUPREE, CHARLOTTE 

Elementary Edu 



Rocky Mount 



Deep Run 



EATMON, VELMA RUTH 



Economics, B.S. 



Home Economics Club, Women 



EDWARDS, JAMES P. 



EDWARDS, JAMES ROGER 

Mathematii 



EDWARDS, MARY C. LEROY 

Nurses Club; Bi 



mmar Education, B.S. 
Queen Representative; Na 



Modern Dance Club. 



EDWARDS, ROBERT O. 



EDWARDS, SYLVIA L. 



Washington 



Greenville 



Ayden 



EFLAND, LINDA K. Efland 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Vice President, President; Marshal; Ragsdale Hall 
Vice President; Delta Sigma Pi Rose; Association for Childhood 
Education; National Education Association; Women's Chorus; Student 
Counselor; Dean's Advisory Council. 

ELD£R, SYLVIA DIANNE High Point 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Modern Dance Club; Theatrical Dance Club; National Education Asso- 
ciation; Wesley Foundation; High Point College, Transfer Student. 



ELLIOT, JOHN DOUGLAS 



Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Rifle Team; East Carolir 
College Concert Choir; Campbell College, Transfer Student. 



ELSTON, JEAN R. 



New College Uniforms Adorn Band. 



, JERRY STEVE Wilmington 

Science and Mathematics, B.S. 
Science Club, East Carolina College Choir; East Carolina College 
Chapel Choir. 



5LISH, JOHN CLAUDE 

Accounting, 

ON, SARAH KAY 



Drewryville, Va. 

B. 

Red Springs 

i, B.S. 
Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda; 



kNS, charlotte m. S< 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education, Vice President; Student Na 
tional Education Association; Women's Recreation Association; Buc 
raneer, Organizations Editor; Women's Chorus; Westminster Fellow 
ship; Young Democrats Club. 



vNS, LOUISE CAMILLE 



Administration, A.B. 



RETT, EDITH R. 



Wilmington 



Robersonville 





EVERS, SHELBY JEAN 

English and Mathematic 
Mathematics Club; King Youth Fellowship. 

EYERMAN, WILLIAM PENN 

English and Social Studii 



Lillington 



Freshman and Sophomore Class President; Student Government 
Association, Summer School President; Student Government Asso- 
ciation, Vice President; Student Government Association, Chairman 
of External Affairs; Ring Committee Chairman; State Student Legis- 
lature, President; Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary, Housemanager, Pho- 
tographer, Parliamentarian; Inter-Fraternity Council Representative; 
Student Government Association, Outstanding Achievement Award, 
Budget Committee; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- 
CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



FARRIOR, PATRICIA KAY 



Fellowship, Secretary, Vic 
sociation. Publicity Chairrr 



Educati 



FELTS, CAROL MARGARET 
FISH, JUDITH BARBOUR 

Grammar Educatio 
National Education Associatior 
Association of Childhood Edi 
urer; Women's Chorus; Americ 

FISHER, GLENN J., JR. 

Business A 
Phi Beta Lambda; East Caroli 
lina College Varsity Band. 

FITZGIBBON, SANDRA L. 

English and French, 



Southern Pines 

esident; Young 

Norlina 



Willow Springs 

i and Library Science, B.S. 

North Carolina Education Association; 
ration; Library Club, Secretary, Treas- 
n Library Association. 

Concord 

Jministration, A.B. 

a College Marching Band; East Caro- 



Southern Pines 



Women's Recreation Associate 



FLAKE, JUDITH MAE 



Wadesboro 



Baptist Student Union; East Carolina College Chapel Choir; East 
Carolina College Choral Union; Music Educators of North Carolina; 
Gardner-Webb College, Transfer Student. 



FLIPPIN, ARLEN WAYNE 

Geography and Pre-Pla 
Engineer's Club. 

FLOWERS, CLOYD D., JR. 

Business, A.E 

FLOWERS, HETTIE ESTELLE 

English and Library Sc 
Delta Zeta. 

FLOWERS, LINDA BERTA 

Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; Buccaneer; Stu 
Women's Chorus. 



Winston-Salem 

Richmond, Va. 
Mount Olive 

Wilson 



An integral part of college life is 
associating with people especially 
those who have mutual interests. One 
of these outlets is sorority life. Each 
year in October, an open house is 
given for the girls who are interested. 
At this time, each sorority displays 
its awards and emblems. In No- 
vember, sorority convocation is held. 
Approximately three hundred girls 
attend and fill the halls and audi- 
torium. In February, most of these 
coeds find themselves a member of 
one of the eight sororities on campus. 




343 



DYD, JOHN WALSH 

Social Studies and Public Serv 



RBES, LYLE OTIS 



RBES, PATTIE J. 

Kappa Delta Pi, Seer 



Elizabeth City 



Grammar Edu 



RBIS, ANNIE LEE 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; National Education Associi 



Primary Education, B.S. 



STER, DANIEL R., Ill 

Social Studic 



X, JO ANN A. 

National Education As 



English and Speech, B.S. 



ftNCIS, SONJA KAY. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer; Women's Gl 
Club; Tau Sigma. 



Conway 




<\NKLIN, JAMES P. Gastc 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Swimming Team. 

aZIER, STEVE EUGENE Chad. 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi; Dean's List. 

.FORD, JERRY PAYNE Beau 

Science and Geography, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Order, Parliamentarian; Circle K Club, Secretary; Sci- 
ence Club; East Carolina College Marching Band; Vice President 
Sophomore Class; Student Government Association, Junior and Sen- 
ior Class Senator, State Student Legislature, North State Student 
Government Association; Freshman Orientation Counselor. 

5SELL, DAVID GEDDIE Rose 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi; Circle K Club. 



TCH, ELLEN CARYL 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young Den 



Burgav 

Club. 






Seniors 




GADDY, JUNIUS W., JR. 



East Carolina College Marching Band; Varsity Banc 
Student Board, Vice President; fast Carolinian. 



GAGNON, CAMILLA S. 



Edu 



GALLOWAY, FRANKLIN J. 

Physical Education and Social Studif 
Football; Physical Education Majors Club. 

GARDNER, MARY JANICE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; Student 



GARNER, NANCY E. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Distri 
Teachers of North Carolina Education Associ; 
retary; College Marshal; Delta Zeta, Parliamentary 
mittee; Women's Glee Club. 

GARRIS, CHERRY ARBOR 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Students National Education Association, Reporter; 
Childhood Education; College Union, Recording Sec 
to College Union Regional Conference. 



Fairmont 

College Union 

Ayden 

Wilson 
.s. 

Oak Ridge 

tional Education 

Roanoke Rapids 

sident of Future 
Tau Sigma, Sec- 
m; House Com- 

Williamston 

Association of 
Delegate 



349 



ARRISS, MARCUS A., JR 

Art Club. 

ASKILL, LINDA C. 



Roanoke Rapids 



Elizabeth City 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; National Education 



EDDY, HENRY MEREDITH Greenville 

English and Speech, B.S. 
"Marriage of Figero"; "The Brick and The Rose"; "Anthony and 
Cleopatra"; "The Voices"; Sigma Tau Delta. 



ENTRY, HERMAN A., JR. 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Psychology Club; Philosophy Club; Physical Education Maj> 



Roxboro 

Club. 

Union Level, Va. 



ILBERT, NANCY LOU 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Kappa Delta; Panhellenic Council, Treasurer; Association of Child- 
hood Education; Student National Education Association. 

LENN MARY LEE Hertford 

Nursing, B.S. 
Nurses Club. 

LOVER, DOROTHY LYNN Wilson 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; Student National Education 
Association. 

DDBOLD, M. B. Cheraw, S.C. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Chaplain, Vice President, Interim President; Inter- 
Fraternity Council, Secretary; East Carolina College Chapel Choir; 
East Carolina College Men's Chorus; East Carolina College Concert 
Choir, President; East Carolina College Opera Theater; Men's 
Judiciary, Chairman; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



DDWIN, JANE T. 

English and Social Studii 

DDWIN, WILLIAM L. 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer, Secretary; 
Glee Club; Judo Club, Secretary. 

DDWIN, WILLIAM M. 

English and Social Studii 

RADY, FRANCES GAIL 



Phi Beta Lambda, His 



Apex 
Clayton 

nbda; Men's 

Raleigh 
Mount Olive 

>rian; Cotten 



m 





Seniors 




GRADY, SHELBA JEAN Deep Rur 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Tau Sigma; Buccaneer Queen's Pageant; National Education Associa- 



GRAY, KATHRYN JUDD Durhan 

Art, B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Art Club; East Carolinian; College Artists 
Association. 



GREENHILL, SUSAN L. A. Greenville 

Elementary Education and Art, B.S. 

GREENWELL, ANNE B. Jacksonville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Junior Class Treasurer; Young Democrats Club; Student 
National Education Association; North Carolina Historical Society, 
Vice President. 



GRIFFIN, BONNIE E. 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Young Democrats Club 



Rocky Mount 



GRIGGS, CARL THOMAS Winston-Salem 

Grammar Education and History, B.S. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 



IMES, LORETTA T. 



:OVE, RONALD HUNTER 

Physical Education and Industrial Arts, B.S 
Industrial Arts Club; Physical Education Club; Americ 
of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; State 
cation Association; Phi Kappa Tau; Varsity Baseball. 

IRKIN, MILDRED JOAN 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Student Counselor; Young De 

JR, SANDRA FAYE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Garrett Dormitory Summer School Treasurer; Associal 
hood Education; Student National Education Associal 

,LL, BONNIE JEANETTE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association 
Education; Angel Flight, Treasurer. 

.11, EDWIN STARKEY 

Social Studies and Science, B.S. 



rial Education 

Scotland Neck 

Physical Edu- 

Washington 

mocrats Club. 

Newport 

ion of Child- 

Fayetteville 

of Childhood 

Washington 




MB 



^7 mP J 

i ilk 



Ficklen Stadium Officially Opens. 



3 9 O 

life 



Norfolk, Va. 




HALL, JAMES EARLE, JR. 

Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Club; Weight Lifting Club; Circle K Club. 

HALL, MARTHA FAYE Berlin, Md. 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Historian; Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education 
Association; Alpha Phi, Assistant Corresponding Secretary; Goldey- 
Beacom, Transfer Student. 

HANSON, LINDA SUE Athens, Ga. 



HARDEE, GLENDA ALICE 

Primary Education and 

HARDISON, ROBERT B. 

Industrial Art 
Men's Glee Club; Industrial Arts Club. 

HARDY, BRENDA KAYE 

Primary Educati 
National Education Association, Treas 
Education; College Union Board. 



HARRELL, LINFORD LOY 

Art, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Order; Student Counselor. 

HARRELSON, NANCY DELL 

Psychology, f 



New Bern 

of Childhood 



West Point, Va. 



Tabor City 
Kannapolis 



HARRINGTON, MARGIE R. 

Science and Mathematics, A.B. 
Military Queen; Buccaneer; Science Club; Mathematics Club; Angel 
Flight, President. 

HARRIS, HAYWOOD DENARD Havel 

Mathematics and Geography, B.S. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon; WWWS Staff; Methodist Student Center. 



HARRIS, HERBERT 



for the Adfanc 



HARRIS, JEANETTE L. 

English and Library Scienc 
Library Club, President; Jarvis Hall, Seen 



Elizabeth City 

of Management. 

Williamston 

sigma Tau Delta. 

351 




SCOTT DORMITORY OFFICERS 

President ._ Ruffin Odom 

Vice President Larry Wilson 

Secretary Bill Tharrington 

Senator Jerry Tolley 



HARRIS, PHILIP S., JR. Rocky Mount 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Theta Chi; Varsity Football; Physical Education Majors Club; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes. 



Women's Recreation Asso- 



HARRIS, REBECCA ANN 

Grammar Edu 
Student National Education Associa 
ciation; Buccaneer; Women's Chori 

HARRISON, RAYMOND H. 

Art, A. 
Art Club; Delta Phi Delta. 



HART, CORA CAROLYN ( 

English and Psychology, B.S 
Kappa Delta, Secretary; Baptist Student Union; Women's Recrea 
Association; Women's Judiciary. 



HATLEY, GALE CLARK 

English and Psychology, B.S. 
"Buc" Beauty. 



Louisburg 



HAWKINS, CLEVELAND M. 

Business Education, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi, Secretary, Historian; Pi Omega Pi. 



HAWKINS, DORIS S. 



Home Economics, B.S. 



Home Economics Clut 



HAWKINS, LYNDA RAINEY 

Primary Education, 
Student National Education Association; 
Education; Angel Flight; Nurses Club. 



HAWKINS, RALPH M., JR. 

Social Studies and English, A.I 



HAWKINS, RALPH W. 

Bi 

HAYES, NANCY ANITA T. 



HAYNES, LOLA ROUSE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Home E 



Roanoke Rapids 



Mebane 

of Childhood 



Kinston 
Club. 





HEATH, LINDA K. 

Bic 
Chi Beta Phi; National Educatio 

HEIAA, MARY CATHERINE 
HELMS, MARTIN RONALD 

Aco 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treasure 
Aflame"; "Robin Hood"; Luth 

HENDERSHOTT, MARILYN 



Wilmington, Del 



Arlington, Va. 



College, Transfer Student; Home Econ 



HENDERSON, WILLEEN R. 

Primary Educa' 
Homecoming Sponsor. 



Gainesville, Fla. 



and Psychology, B.S. 



HENDREN, PHYLLIS LEE 

Primary Education and Library Science, B.S. 
Library Club; Young Friends; Student National Educa 
tion; Association of Childhood Education. 



Tyner 



Seniors 



JDRICKS, JACQUELINE 

English and Social Studic 



Dormitory, Treasurer, Sec- 



retary. 



•RING, BARBARA G. Bath 

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Mathematics Club; Young Women's Chris- 
tian Association; National Education Association. 

.TER, ROBERT LLOYD Bladenboro 

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Mathematics Club. 

KS, DONNIE REBECCA Raleigh 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer, Panhellenic Representative; Women's 
Recreation Association; Physical Education Majors Club; Student Gov- 
ernment Association, Senator; Cheerleader; North Carolina Associa- 
tion of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Homecoming 
Decorating Committee. 

GINS, JERRY LYNN Smithfield 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
University of Miami, Transfer Student; "Auntie Mame," "Wages of 
Sin," "Robin Hood." 

•H, LINDA FAY Rocky Mount 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association of Childhood 
Education; Baptist Student Union, Secretary. 



., REBECCA ELAINE 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Dean's List. 



Seven Springs 



DSLEY, LAWRENCE W. Wilmington, Del. 

Business and History, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi. 

KLE, JOAN CAROL Thomasville 



ITON, ROY DONALD, JR. 

Physical Education and Social Studii 
Physical Education Majors Club. 

3BS, BILLIE ANNE 



Home Economics Club; Student National Educ 

DGES, WILLIAM R. 

Social Studies and Physical Education, 
Tennis Team; Kappa Alpha Order. 



Newton Grove 



Washington 




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Seniors 




HOELL, BETTY JEAN Greenvillt 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship; Women's Chorus. 

HOFFMAN, ANDREA P. Gamei 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Campbell College, Transfer Student; National Education Association. 

HOLCOMBE, JON ALAN Black Mountain 

Drama and Social Studies, A.B. 
Psychology Club; Baptist Student Uni< 
Alpha Psi Omega, President; Stude 

HOLDEN, SANDRA JOY Suppl> 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

HOLLAND, CHARLES W. Camp Lejeune 

Biology, B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi; College Union Bowling League; Science Club. 

HOLLOWELL, ELSIE G. Harbor 



HOLLOWELL, WALLACE C. Belcross 

Business Administration and History, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; National Education Association. 

HONEYCUTT, PEGGY JEAN Wilson 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Majorette; Jarvis Dormitory, President; Women's Judi- 
ciary; Deans Advisory Council; The Key; Young Democrats Club; 
Student National Education Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

HONEYCUTT, REBECCA J. Dunn 



HOOD, ROBERT MONROE Sanfc 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Circle K Club, Pi Kappa Phi; Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps; Inter-Fraternity Council. 

HOOKS, GEORGIA GREY Whitev 

English and French, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Publicity Chairman; Umstead 
Dormitory, President; Fleming Dormitory, President; Women's Judi- 
ciary; Dean's Advisory Council; Panhellenic Representative; Alpha 
Phi, Vice President; Umstead Hall, Student Counselor; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

HOOPER, WILLIAM F. Beauf 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 



HOOVER, DORIS ANN Charlotte 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Charlotte College, Transfer Student; Garrett House Committee; 
Buccaneer; Cheerleader; Kappa Delta. 

HORNE, EUGENE B., JR. Kure Beach 

Accounting, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha, President; Circle K Club; Student Government Associa- 
tion, Homecoming Committee; Dean's Advisory Council; Inter-Frater- 
nity Council. 

HOWARD, GLENDA KAY Hampstead 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Student National Education 
Association; Association for Childhood Education. 

HOWARD, HILDA BOYKIN Walstonburg 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

HOWARD, SANDRA SHAW Sanford 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Wilson Dormitory, Summer 
School Queen Representative. 

HOWELL, BRUCE INMAN Garysburg 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Young Republican Club. 



5WELL, RITA DAWN 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Home Economics Club. 

)WELL, WILLIAM E. 

History and Political Science, A.B. 
Young Democrats Club. 

)WIE, CHARLES L. 

Social Studies and Public Service, A. 
Kappa Alpha. 

IDNALL, DONNA F. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Student National Educ 
American Childhood Education Association. 



DSON, GERALDINE 



Association of Childhood Education; Student Nat 
Association; Free Will Baptist Fellowship, Secretary. 



FFMAN, REBECCA LOU 

Primary Edu 



GGINS, PATRICIA ANN 



GHES, LINDA L. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Associatior 
ciation for Childhood Education; Garrett Hall House Con 
Buccaneer; Women's Chorus. 



Gates 



Garysburg 



Greenville 



Grimesland 

Hi Education 



Greensboro 



MPHREY, VIRGINIA L. 

Grammar Ec 
Student National Education Associ; 

MPHRIES, EARL TERRY 

Scienc 

NEYCUTT, RICHARD K. 

Health and Physi. 
Varsity Football, Alternate Captai 

NT, WILLIE ALLEN 

English and Business 



New Bern 

ion, B.S. 

Rutherford College 
.B. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

ducation, B.S. 

rack; Physical Education Club. 

Sanford 




College Obtains Concert Shell. 



NTER, SHIRLEY RUTH Winston-Salem 

English and Science, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association; 
Science Club, Westminster Fellowship. 

RDLE, JUDITH RAE Elizabeth City 

Political Science and History, A.B. 
College Union Committee, Secretary; Garrett Dormitory, Treasurer; 
Young Democrats Club. 



X, GARY EUGENE 



Charlotte 



Theta Chi, Rush Chairman; Inter-Fraternity Representative; Junior 
Class Senator; National Student Congress; Student Government 
Association, Summer School Vice President; Art Club; Buccaneer. 

vAC, JOANNA E. Memphis, Tenn. 

Music, B.M. 
Memphis State University, Transfer Student; Sigma Alpha lota, Sec- 
retary, Vice-President; King Youth Fellowship. 



Y, NORMA HARDIN 

Gramn 



CKSON, LEE DUNCAN 

Geography and Social Studies, A.! 



Roanoke Rapids 
Willow Springs 





Seniors 



JACKSON, MARGARET C. 



JACKSON, PEGGY RUTH 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Methodist Youth Foundation; Teache 



Washingfo 



JAMES, ROBERT LOUIS Fairfa> 

Psychology and Geography, A.B. 



JAMES, SAMUEL A., JR. 

Social Studie 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Histor 
Executive Committee, Trea 
bury Club; Circle K Club 



Ralei 

and Public Service, B.S. 
i, President; Inter-Fraternity Council, 
rer; Young Democrats Club; Canter- 
Student Counselor; Dean's Advisory 



JARRELL, CLYDE RICKEY Kernersx 

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Football. 

JARRELL, LINDA MARIE Durh 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Newman Club; Physical Educa- 
tion Major's Club; National Education Association; Sacred Heart 
Junior College, Transfer Student. 



JENKINS, BARBARA A. 



Sigma 



Treasurer; Spring Cn 



JENKINS, FLOYD PERSON 
JENKINS, RICHARD E. 

Phi Sign 

JENNETTE, TRAVETTE 

Primary Education, E 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; National Education Ass 

JENSEN, AGNES M. 

Home Economics and Scie 
Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron, Secret 

JOHNSON, ALICE MARIE 

English and Social Studie 



Snow Hil 



New Ber 



Englehar 



Taylorsville 



)HNSON, ANNIE 



5HNSON, BARBARA ANN 



Student Counselor; Ragsda 



Dillon 



President, House Council; Wom- 



en's Judiciary; Dean's Advisory Council; Student Senate; Student 
Government Association, Homecoming Chairman; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



5HNSON, JOHN DOUGLAS 



Fuquay 



Drill Team; Science Club; Buccaneer Sports Car Club, Secre 



Magnolia 



DHNSON, JOSEPH D. 

Business Administration, A.B. 

DHNSON, JOY STANTON 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Peace College, Transfer Student; Phi Theta Kappa; 
nomics Club; Kappa Delta. 



DHNSON, KATHARINE E. Washington 

English and Social Studies 
Young Democrats Club; Library Club; East Carolinian, Feature Editor. 

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JOHNSON, LILLIAN MAY New B 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi. 

JOHNSON, LINDA LOU Chadbo 

Library Science and English, B.S. 
Campbell College, Transfer Student; Library Club; Student National 
Education Association. 

JOHNSON, MILLARD G., JR. Ben 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Weight Train- 
ing Club; North Carolina Association of Health and Physical Edu- 
cation; Young Democrats Club; Psychology Club; Student National 
Education Association. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES M., JR. Eden 

Biology, A.B. 



JONES, BRENDA A. 

Business Adr 

JONES, IVY REBECCA 

Home Eo 
Phi Omicron, Secretary, Treasure 

JONES, JACQUELYN MAY 

Nurses Club; Student Nurses Ass. 

JONES, JEANETTE ANN 

Nurs 
Nurses Club; Student Nurses Ass. 

JONES, MARY GAY 

Home Ec( 

JONES, REBECCA JOYCE 

Primary E< 
National Education Association; , 



Trinity 



Home Economics Club, Tre 



Suffolk, Va. 



Walstonburg 



Faith 

Childhood Education. 



JONES, ROBERT ALTON Swansboro 

Psychology and Industrial Arts, A.B. 
Theta Chi, Chaplain; Young Democrats Club. 

JONES, STEPHEN THOMAS Belhaven 

Chemistry, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi, President; Chi Beta Phi; Inter-Dormitory Council; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 



Carolyn Thayer, the 

for the position of SGA Secret, 

Shesso. 



popular wnte-i 



ing elections. She lost to Cathy 



Every stude 

dormitory. 

students. 



vho votes in the studen 
vever, the College Un 



ections usually 



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)RDAN, MARSHA LEE Henderson 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; Women's Recreation Association; Phi Beta Lambda; 
Student National Education Association. 

)SEPH, WILLIAM T. Lewes, Del. 

Wesley Foundation, Treasurer, President; Young Democrats Club. 

)WERS, CHARLES D. Hemingway, S.C. 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Wingate Junior College, Transfer Student; Science Club; Phi Beta 



DYNER, JIMMY H. 



Delta Sigma Phi. 



Ayden 



Chemistry, A.B. 



}YNER, JOSEPH DONLEY Rocky Mount 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Dormitory Counselor. 



DYNER, KENNETH LEE Wilson 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Inter-Dormitory Council, Treasurer; Scott Dormitory, Treasurer; 
Circle K Club; Society for the Advancement of Management. 



DYNER, ROBERT N. Tarboro 

Mathematics and Psychology, A.B. 

AYLOR, RAY BUFORD Maiden 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
University of Georgia, Transfer Student; King Youth Fellowship. 

EARNEY, MARILENE M. Farmville 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 

EEL, ELIZABETH SUE Jacksonville 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 

EEN, LAWRENCE LEE Middletown, Del. 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Goldey Beacom School of Business, University of Delaware, Transfer 
Student. 

EITH, LAWRENCE BALL Mebane 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Varsity Baseball; Lambda Chi. 




Opening Playhouse Production 




KELLY, NEWTON JAY, JR. 

Music Education, B.M. 
Marching Pirates; Symphonic Band; Music Educators Nati 
ference; Men's Glee Club; Choral Union; Science Club 
Alpha Sinfonia; Orchestra. 

KENNEDY, GERALDINE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Social and Scholarship Chairman; Home 
Club; Phi Omicron; Student Counselor; Ragsdale Hall, 
College Marshal. 

KILLEBREW, JAMES C. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

KILPATRICK, HARRY G. 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 

KINSEY, C. RALPH, JR. 

Economics and Business Administration, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha, President; Varsity Football; Circle K Clu 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES / 
LEGES. 

KINTZ, DONALD DAILEY Eau 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg College, Transfer Student; Sigma Nu, Pledge 
Physical Education Majors Club; North Carolina Physical 
Health, and Recreation. 



Wilmingto 



Teachey 




KIRKLEY, JAMES E., JR. 

Social Studies and Geography, B.! 
Young Democrats Club. 

KIVETT, ADA JANE 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Cotton Hall, President; Women's Judiciary; Dean's 
East Carolinian, Feature Editor. 

KIZER, HELEN ANN 



Chesterfield, S.C. 



ington 



Richmond, Va. 



Women's Recr 



KNEIB, JAN ARDEN 

Bl 
Duke Unive 



for Childhood Educ 



Goldsbc 



nsfer Student. 



KNIGHT, EDGAR SPENCER 

Business Admin 
WWWS-AM, Business Manager; Sun 
Association, Treasurer; Playhouse, 
Guild. 

KNOTT, STEPHEN ED 

History and Politic 



KNOWLES, RUSSELL R. 

Mathematics and Geography, 
Varsity Basketball; Circle K Club. 



School Student Government 



^reenviiie 



KORNEGAY, JUAN1TA C. 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Wilson Hall, Vice President; Student Government Association, 
tions Committee; Association for Childhood Education; Studen 



Goldsboro 

on, Elec- 



Edu 



KUGLER, FRANCES C. 



ollege. Transfer Student; Art Clu 
Designers; Delta Phi Delta. 



LAMBERT, DENNIS KEITH 



LAMBERT, JUDY DORAH 

Primary Educ 
Student National Education Associc 



LANCASTER, LARRY LEON 

History and Geography, B.S. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 



Features "Antony and Cleopatra, 



?? 



Washington 



Rockingham 



Ape> 



for Childhood 



Fayetteville 



NE, BETSY JEAN 

Nursing, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Angel Flight; Nursing Club. 

NE, LINDA L. TINKHAM 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Chapter; Phi Omicron. 

NE, PRISCILLA T. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Aquanymphs; Theater Dance Group. 

NE, TROY LEE 

Business Education and Social Studies, 
Society for Advancement of Management, Secretary 



Aulander 

Hingham, Mass. 

Washington 



NGSTON, CAPPY JO Grifton 

English, Speech, and Drama, B.S. 
Modern Dance Club, President; Theater Dance Group; Sigma Tau 
Delta; Student Government Drama Productions. 



NIER, MARGARET A. 

Primary Educa 
Association of Childhood Educatio 



Beulaville 

n, B.S. 
Student National Education 






LANIER, THOMAS F. 

Business Adn 
Phi Beta Lambda. 



Oxforc 



LANNING, ELISABETH K. Mebans 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Delta Zeta, Vice President, 
Pledge Trainer; Cheerleader. 

LASSITER, JAMES F. HarrellsvilU 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Physical Education Club; Freshman Basket- 
ball; Student Government Association, Movie Selection Committee. 






LASSITER, LONNIE W. 

Biology and Social Studii 
Science Club. 

LATTA, DOUGLAS 

Art, A.B. 
Delta Phi Delta; Art Club; The Rebel. 



Roanoke Rapid; 



Goldsbort. 



LAWRENCE, HORACE G. 

Physical Educat 



Social Studies, B.S. 



LEAK, MARGARET N. 

English and Library Sci< 
Library Club. 



LEDGETT, DOUGLAS A. 

Business Administration, A.E 
Louisburg College, Transfer Student. 

LEE, MARIAN GAYLE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
National Education Association; Student Nationa 

LEE, ROBERT EDWARD 

Social Studies and Psychology, 
Free Will Baptist Fellowship. 



LEGGETT, FRANCES J 

Phi Theta Kapp, 



Rockinghan 



Ridgewooc 



Riegelwooc 



Elizabeth Cit> 



Scotland Ned 



Primary Education, B.S. 



LETCHER, CLAYTON O. 

Psychology and Mathemat 
Wesley Foundation; Psychology Club. 



GARRETT HALL OFFICERS 



EAST WING 
President, Sandra Stalls; Vice-President, Ann Condor; Secretary, Carolyn 
Landin; Treasurer, Jeanette Widdifield. 



WEST WING 
President, Linda Trotter; Vice-President, Diane Patrick; Secretary, Ann 
Campbell; Treasurer, Marjorie Jones. 





WIS, LARRY NORMAN 

Business 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pledge Tr 



WIS, SUSAN MARIE 

Business Adn 



inistration, A.B. 
Day Student Sena 



LEY, ANTHONY EVAN 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Science Club; Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Ta 



LEY, FLEETWOOD 



Williamston 



Gatesville 



Industrial Arts, B.S. 



Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 

ITLE, MIRIAM GRAY 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Winthrop College, Transfer Student; Women's Recreation Ass 
Wesley Foundation; Physical Education Majors Club; Nationa 



HIE, THELMA RUTH Greenv 

Primary Education, B.S. 
North Carolina Education Association; Association for Childhood 
Education; Women's Chorus. 

GERMAN, DONNA H. Tarb< 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda, 
Treasurer; National Education Association. 



)FTIN, JUDY 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Home Economics Club. 



)NG, DELANO EUGENE 

Business Adn 
Varsity Band. 



Rockingham 



)RD, CHARLES DAVID Matthews 

Political Science and History, A.B. 
Charlotte College, Transfer Si ident; Student Counselor; Inter-Dorm- 
itory Council; WWWS-FM. 



acDIARMID, JAMES M. Rocky Mount 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Varsity Football; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President. 





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ift 


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Seniors 



MADDOX, EDWIN T., JR. 




Laurinburg 



MAHAN, JAMES EDWARD Charlo 

Industrial Arts and Business Adminstration, B.S. 
Lees-McRae College, Transfer Student; Student Counselor; Inter-Dorm- 
itory Council, Vice-President, President, Most Outstanding Member; 
Honor Council; Men's Judiciary; Aycock Hall, President, Floor Man- 
ager; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES. 

MAKEPEACE, WILLIAM Sanfc 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

MALLARD, SUZANNA DAY Trent 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Cotten Hall, Vice-President, Student Counselor; Women's Glee Club; 
Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood 



Edu 



Norfolk, Va. 



MALONEY, MILLARD D. 

English and History, A.B. 
Sigma Nu, President, Pledge Master; Creative Writing Seminar. 

MANN, JANET LEE Alexandria, Va. 

Grammar Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Chapel Choir; Choral Union; Student National Education Association; 
Association for Childhood Education. 



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AANNING, 


LINDA FAYE 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 


Williamston 


AARASPIN, 

Science Cli 


EVELYNO 

Biology and Chemistry, A.B. 
jb. 


Ravitan, N.J. 


AARKUAA, 1 

Chowan 
Associatior 


DONNA Norfolk, Va. 

Art, B.S. 
College, Transfer Student; Art Club; College Artists 
i; Cheerleader. 


AARSHALL, 

Chowan G 


RICHARD B. 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold 
allege. Transfer Student. 


Louisburg 

Air Society; 


AARTIN, JEAN J. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 


Jonesville 


AARTIN, KENNETH AA. 

Biology, B.S 


Elkin 


AASON, KENNETH R. 

Delta Sigma Pi. 


Tarboro 


AATTHEWS 

Chi Omeg 
Childhood 


, DONNA KAY 

Primary Education, B.S. 
a; Student National Education Association; A 
Education; Homecoming Sponsor; Women's 


Robersonville 

ssociation for 
Chorus. 


AATTHEWS 

Student N 
Education; 


, CAREY BERYL Raleigh 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
ational Education Association; Association for Childhood 
Peace College, Transfer Student. 


AAXWELL, 

Judo Club; 


AAALCOLAA HUGH 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Physical Education Club. 


Greenville 


AAYNARD, 


JAMES H. 

Psychology and Geography, A.B. 


Jacksonville 


AAYO, AAAMA LOUISE 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Women's Recreation Associat 
Education Major's Club; Women's Glee Club. 


Kinston 

ion ; Physical 




Cheerleading Squad Adds Male Members, 




AAAYO, MARY ANN Burlingtor 

Home Economics, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship, Secretary; Home Economics Club. 

McALISTER, CAROLYN B. Greenville 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Delta, Historian. 

McCOY, LANA KAY Midland 

Music, B.M. 
Concert Choir, Vice President; Kappa Delta; Choral Union; Buc- 
caneer, Homecoming, and White Ball Sponsor; Soloist with Orchestra; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 



McCREA, RONALD D. 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Theta Chi, Historian, Reporter, Vice President; Inter-Fraternity C( 
cil, Greek Week Chairman, Vice President; Senior Class, Vice Pi 
dent; Collegians. 



Durham 



McCUISTON, GEORGE W. 



McELROY, HOMER GLENN 

Science and Mathematics, A.I 



Carolina Beach 



Graham 



:GEE, ANNE ERNESTINE 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Student Counselor, Umstead Hall. 


Kernersville 


:GEE, THELMA ALICE Spring Lake 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; Student National Education Association; As- 
sociation for Childhood Education. 


:ILWEAN, BURNESS ANN 

Physical Education and English, B.S. 
Physical Education Major's Club; Aquanymphs, Secretai 
Alpha Phi, Sponsor in Miss Greenville Pageant; Women 


New Bern 

■y, Treasurer; 
's Recreation 


:INTOSH, JAMES VAN 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Mars Hill Junior College, Transfer Student; Alpha Phi 
dustrial Arts Club. 


Atlantic 

Omega; In- 


:KEAN, SHARON LEE El Toro, Calif. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Kappa Delta, President, Vice-President, Guard; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Contestant, Homecoming Queen, White Ball Queen, 
Miss Greenville Pageant, Inter-Fraternity Queen, Buccaneer Queen 
Pageant; East Carolinian; Buccaneer; The Key; Women's Recreation 
Association; North Carolina Association for English Teachers; Dean's 
Advisory Council; Aquanymphs; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges. 


:KENNEY, JANICE E. Silver 

History and Spanish, A.B. 
University of Maryland, Transfer Student. 


Spring, AAd. 



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McLARTY, JULIA A. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Chi Omega, Rush Chairma 
Association; North Carolina Education Associ; 
Childhood Education. 

McLAWHON, CHARLOTTE R. 

Primar 
Association for Childhood Edu 

McLAWHORN, KERRY M. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

McPHAIL, BILLIE C. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Assc 
Education; Women's Recreation Association; > 



High Point 

Education 



Grifton 



McROY, BETTY CAROLYN 



Pi Omega Pi; Phi Beta Lan 
Scholarship Award in Business. 

McSWAIN, SUSAN C. 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Lenoir Rhyne, Transfer Student; Kappa Delta. 

MEADOR, CAROLE LEE 

English and Social Studies, B. 
Chowan College, Transfer Student; Student N< 



MEARES, MARIE CAROL 



Chccowinity 

ration, B.S. 

[ing Youth Fellowship; Junior 



Student National Education 
Education; Baptist Student Un 



MEEKINS, GARY PAGE 



MEEKS, GARY ANDREW 



Delta Sigma Pi, Pledge Class 
Phi Beta Lambda; Buccaneer 



Richmond, Va. 



for Childhood 



Outstanding Pledge Award; 
Republicans Club; Student 



MEIGGS, MARVIN GRIGGS 

Geography and Scien 



MELCHER, PATRICIA ANN 



Northwest, Va. 



Red Springs 



363 




"Practice makes perfect" is 
the age-old saying for per- 
fection. Therefore, each Sat- 
urday morning prior to grad- 
uation, the graduating class 
and the marshals journey to 
Ficklen Stadium to practice 
for the exercises the follow- 
ing day. Under the direction 
of the administrative offi- 
cials, directions are given 
and the processional is. put 
in order. This occasion is 
usually a scene of mass con- 
fusion for all involved. 



\AELTON, MARTHA K. 



Club; Young Women'; 



Christian Association. 

\AELVIN, BILLIE F., JR 



Maysville 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Wesley Foundation, Vice-President; Alpha 
Phi Omega, Chaplain; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Debating Team; Air 
Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Drill Team; Phi Beta Lambda. 



MERCER, GRADY, JR. 



Social Studies and Psychology 



MERVIS, RONALD STUART 



AAIDGETT, JO ANNE 



Beulaville 



Richmond, Va. 



Education Associ; 



MIDGETT, RAY McDONALD W 

MILES, RICHARD ALFRED Cheste 

Biology and Social Studies, A.B., B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Pi; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



MILLER, TRUMAN W., II 

Social Studi. 
Air Force Reserve Officers 
Kappa Alpha. 



Lakeland, Fla. 

and Psychology, A.B. 

raining Corps; Psychology Club; Pi 



MILLER, WILLIAM HENRY 

Psychology and History, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau; Psychology Club. 

MILLIKIN, PATRICIA A. 



Harrisonburg, Va. 



MILLSON, CHARLES D. 



Phi Mu Alpha, Secretary; East Carolii 
Musk Educators National Conferenci 



Hamlet 



College Choir, Choral Unic 



MITCHELL, EDWARD H., JR. 

Mathematics and Social Studies, 
High Point College, Transfer Student, Freshman 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




<9 



> 



/. 







MIZELL, FRANCES A. 

Biology, B.S. 
Mars Hill College, Transfer Student; Women's Rec 
Nursing Club. 


Palmyra 

reation Council; 


MIZELLE, WALTER F. 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Phi. 


New Bern 


MOBLEY, CAROLYN JANE 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 


Robersonville 


MOBLEY, JUDITH ALLEN 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Secretary; Phi Beta Lambda; National 


Winterville 

Education Asso- 


MODLIN, ETTIE KAYE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; North Ca 


Jamesville 

rolina Education 


MODLIN, JUDIETH C. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Student National Educat 
Association for Childhood Education. 


Jamesville 

ion Association; 



Seniors 



DODY, ROBERT PARKER Kinston 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 

DON, LAURA G. Portsmouth, Va. 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Physical Education Majors Club; Canterbury 
Club; Panhellenic Council; Modern Dance Club; Day Student Sen- 
ator; Women's Recreation Association. 



DORE, DOROTHY B. 

Business Administration, 

DORE, ROBERT EUGENE 

Geography and Social Studi( 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

DORING, BILLY RAY 

Mathematics and Physical Educ 
Mathematics Club. 



DRRIS, SELBA ANN 



Rieglewood 
Roanoke Rapids 

Stantonsburg 
.S. 

Portsmouth, Va. 



Nursing, B.S. 
Club, President; Student Nurses Associate 
e President; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Manning, S.C. 



of North Carolina, Vi 

DRSE, SHIRLEY JOAN Hamlet 

Music, Voice, and Piano, B.S. 
Playhouse, Corresponding Secretary; Varsity Band; College Singers; 
Chapel Choir; Concert Choir; Sigma Alpha lota, Secretary; Student 
Government Association, External Affairs Chairman; Choral Union. 

DSSER, JULIETTE CROMWELL 

Music, B.M. 
College Choir; Women's Chorus; Varsity 
Association; American Guild of Organis 
Stetson University, Transfer Student. 

DZINGO, FRANCES L. 

Grammar Education, B 
Women's Chorus. 

JNROE, EDNA SHAW 

Primary Education, B. 
Flora Macdonald College, Transfer Student; 



nd; Lutheran Studei 
Fulbright Candidate 



LaGrange 



Clarkton 

al Educa- 



JRPHREY, BETTY LOU 

Bu 



Edu 



and English, B.S. 



JRRAY, CARLOS WILLIAM, JR. Greenv 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Scholarship Chairman, Executive Council; Intra- 
mural Golf Champion; Phi Sigma Pi, Pledge Master, Sergeant at 
Arms, Vice President, National Convention Representative; Student 
Government Association, Entertainment Committee; Governmental 
Work Finalist; Collegians; Buccaneer; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 







WB 




MUSE, GEORGE ALLEN 



AB 



Arlington, Va 
Alexandria, Va 



JL9 9 



MYERS, MARCIA DEANE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chairman, Chaplain; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Association of Childhood Education; Buccaneer; 
East Carolina College Chapel Choir. 

MYLKS, VIRGINIA A. Fayetteville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

NANCE, JAMES PHILMORE Asheborc 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Phi, Archen, Treasurer; Dean's Advisory Council. 

NARRON, LINDA KAY Bailey 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; Women's Chorus. 

NEAL, CAROLYN V. BECK Zebulor 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Recording Secretary; Buccaneer; Delta Sigma Pi 
Rose Queen; East Carolina College Varsity Band; Women's Chorus; 
Association for Childhood Education. 



NELSON, ELDON LANE, JR. 

Biology, A.B., B.S 
Chi Beta Phi; Science Club; Nev 
Foundation, Research Participant 

NELSON, ROBERT A. 



Morehead Cit\ 

Dorm, Secretary, National Science 



High Poin 

'-Dormitory Council; 



NESBIT, ROBERT P. Salisbury 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi; Varsity Football Team; Circle K Club; Men's Glee 
Club; Inter-Dormitory Council, Chairman, Treasurer. 





Powells Poin 

of Childhood 



High Poin 



Seniors 




NEWBERN, FANNIE H. 



NEWBY, ARCHIE EDMOND 

Accounting, A.B. 



NIBBLELINK, DINAH RAY 

English and Speech, B.S. 
Chi Omega, President, Delegate to State Student Legislature; Pan- 
hellenic Representative; Student National Education Association; 
Women's Honor Council. 



NICHOLS, JAMES EMERY Suffolk, Va 

Business and History, B.S. 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 



NICHOLS, JUANITA FAYE 

English and Speech, B.S. 



NICHOLS, MARGIE LOU 



Greenvilli 



Q$0 



NIXON, THEDA KAY Belmon 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Sacred Heart Junior College, Transfer Student; Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



NOBLE, LINDA FAYE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Young Democrats Club 



NORFORD, WALKER PRICE Charlottesville, Va 

Business, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Recorder. 



RRON, LINDA KAY 


i, B.S. 






Bailey 


NN, MICHAEL ANTHONY 


A.B. 






Kinston 


ERRY, BRENDA BROWN 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; Chi Omega; Phi Beta Lambd; 






Charlotte 


ERRY, PATRICIA ANN 

Grammar Edu< 
Student National Education Associ 
Association for Childhood Educatio 
lege. 


n; Tr'i 


B.S. 
Your 

insfer 


Evergreen 

g Democrat's Club; 
from Campbell Col- 


DM, MARTHA LINDA 

Primary Educi 
Student National Education Associati- 


ition, 


B.S. 




Wadesboro 


VER, KENNETH S. 

Business, 
Kappa Alpha Order, Corresponding 
Association, Homecoming Committe 
to National Student Association. 


A.B. 

Secretary; 
ie; Student 


Studer 


Clinton 

it Government 
elor; Delegate 


SORNE, MEREDITH D. 

Elementary Eck 
Transfer from Wingate Junior Colleg. 


.atior 


i, B.S. 




Huntersville 


ERMAN, JACK DALE 

Business Admini 


stratio 


n, A.B 




Liberty 


ERMAN, RACHEL EMMA 

Business Educ 
Phi Beta Lambda; Dormitory House C 


ation, 


B.S. 




Goldsboro 


ERTON, ANN CAROLYN 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Alpha Phi Omega Whi 
First Vice President; "Miss Greenville 
Garrett Hall; Student Government Associ 


te Bal 


1 Quee 


Rocky Mount 

n; Delta Zeta, 
President of 


'EN, BONNIE KAY 

Business, B.S. 
Transfer from Catawba College; Alpha 
Beta Lambda; Student National Education 


Omicr 


on Pi, 


Lexington 

Secretary; Pi 


'ENS, CALVIN IRVIN 








Harbinger 




Mathematics Club. 



fi Q Jj^ 



Greensboro Coed Wins Homecoming Crown. 



)GETT, CAROLYN H. 



Baptist Student Union; 
Economics Club. 

;e, shelia faye 



Young Women's Chr 



Elm City 
Tarboro 



NTER, BRENDA GAIL 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union, Vice President, President; Kappa Delta Pi, 
Reporter, President; Inter-Religious Council, Secretary; College Mar- 
shal; Student Counselor; Women's Chorus; Chapel Choir; Tau Sigma, 
Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

.AGRUTO, DOMENIC A. Wilmington, Del. 

Accounting, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Newman's Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Transfer from 
University of Delaware, Goldey Beacom Junior College. 

{KER, DONNA ANN Buies Creek 

'/ Primary Education, B.S. 

College Marshal; Alpha Delta Pi; Canterbury Club; Student National 

Education Association; Student Counselor. 

!KER, JOHNNY BRYANT Conway 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
College Choir; Baptist Student Union; Inter-Dormitory Counselor; 
Vice President of Junior Class; Phi Kappa Tau, President; Student 
Government Association Representative; Chapel Choir; Chairman 
Junior-Senior Dance. 





PARKER, MARGARET ANN Pendle 

French and English, B.S., A.B. 
Sigma Pi Alpha; Young Democrats Club, Secretary; Garrett Dormitory 
Summer School Secretary; Recipient of American Association of 
University Women Scholarship; Homecoming, White Ball, Buccaneer 
Sponsor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

PARKER, WALLACE C. Four O, 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Intramurals. 

PARKS, BETTY JEAN Jack; 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; East Carolinian; Jarvis Hall, Treasurer; Women's 

PARNELL, JO ANNE Ke 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 



PARRISH, EMMA LOU 



PARRISH, JAMES THOMAS 

Social Studies and Geography, 
Men's Glee Club; Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

PATELOS, MARY D. 

Social Studies and Spanish, A 
Alpha Xi Delta; Sigma Pi Alpha. 

PEARCE, EDWIN PLUMMER 

Mathematics and Physics, A.I 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Circle 

PEARSALL, JUDY ELAINE 

Mathematics and Physical Educatit 
Inter-Religious Council; Aquanymphs; North Ca 
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Phy: 
Club. 

PEEDIN, WILLIAM LOUIS, JR. 

Mathematics and Social Studies, 
Mathematics Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Chi Beta 

PERDUE, JAMES MAURICE 

English and Physical Education, 



PERKINS, MARY J. 

French and English, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha, Homecoming Sponsor; Dean's List. 



Newpo 



Wilmingtc 



Association for 
ducation Majors 



Longhur 



Seniors 



>ERRY, MARY ANN Elizabeth City 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors' Club; Women's Recreation Association; 
Gymnastics Club; North Carolina Association for Health, Physical 
Education, and Recreation; American Association for Health, Physical 
Education, and Recreation. 

>ERRY, ORAN KENNETH Ahoskie 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Inter-Dormitory Council, President; Scott Dormitory, President; Men's 
Judiciary; Buccaneer; Student Government Association, President; 
Discipline Committee; Delegate to United States Student Association; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

'ETRUSICH, JOHN J. New York, N.Y. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 

>ETTY, SUSAN WOODING Greensboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Student National Education Association; Associa- 
tion of Childhood Education. 

'HELPS, TOMMIE L. Williamston 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau. 

>HILLIPS, HARRIET BURKHEAD 

Grammar Education, B.S 
Student National Education Association; As 
Education. 



Sanford 
of Childhood 




368 




PHILLIPS, JACK BENNY 

Psychology, 

PHILLIPS, ROGER LEE 

Business, E 
Society for the Advancement of Manac 

PHIPPS, BONNIE FAYE 

Grammar Educal 
Transfer from Emmanuel Junior Coll 

PHIPPS, LILLIE MAYE 



Sf-r 



Grammar Education 
nuel Junior College 



PIERCE, SHIRLEY R. 

French and Social Studies, B.S. and 
Student Counselor; Sigma Phi Alpha, Social C 
National Education Association. 

PIGOTT, LOIS JEANNE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student 
Association. 

PINER, LENA ELIZABETH 



Gastonia 
Kenansville 

Statesville 

King's Youth Fellowship. 

Statesville 

I.S. 

King's Youth Fellowship. 

Wilson 

Treasurer; 



B.S. 



Beaufort 



Student Na 
Education; 
Women's J 



s Glee Club; Women'! 
Kappa Delta Sorority. 



Cho 



for Childhood 
; Secretary of 



PITTMAN, BILLIE E. 

Political Scienc 
Student Government Associatio 

PLASTER, JUDY CAROL 

Grammar 
Association for Childhood Educ. 

PLEASANTS, ENNIS GENE 

Geography and Soc 

PLUMMER, PHYLLIS R. 

Grammar Educ 
Student National Education Associa 
Education. 



Washington 

e, and Business, A.B. 

n; Circle K Club; Freshman Basketball. 

Martinsville 

Education, B.S. 
jtion; King Youth Fellowship. 

Louisburg 



Salisbury 

Childhood 



POOLE, ELEANOR RUTH Wake Fo 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Tau Sigma; Alpha Phi, Vice President, Treas- 
urer, Most Outstanding Pledge, President of Pledge Class; Marshal; 
The Key, Associate Editor; The Buccaneer, Copy Editor, Editor; 
Delegate to Associated Collegiate Press Conventions in Detroit and 
New York; Student Government Association; Publications Board; 
Dean's Advisory Board; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



Folk singers like Mary Adams 
and jazz musicians entertain at 
the Fine Arts Festival during 
spring quarter. The scene is 
the open space between the two 
cafeterias. Art, sculpture, and 
poetry reading are phases of this 
annual event. Friday afternoon 
and Saturday morning are the 
days usually designated for this 
display of student talent. 




3 OPE, FAYE ILENE 

Grammar Educ 
Home Economics Club. 


ation, B.S. 


Sanford 


^OWELL, CAROLYN L. S. 

Nursing. 


B.S. 


Raleigh 


'OWELL, DANIEL A. Rocky Mount 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Freshman Tennis; Varsity Tennis; Circle K Club; Math Club. 


3 OWELL, FREDDIE MAYO 

English and Social 
Sigma Tau Delta. 


Studies, B.S. 


Robersonville 


'OWELL, SARAH C. 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Transfer from Wilmington Junior College; Associat 
Education; Student National Education Association. 


Wilmington 
ion of Childhood 


'RICE, BARBARA JANE 

Primary Educe 
Association for Childhood Education 
The Buccaneer. 


ition, B.S. 

; National Educ 


Wilson 

ation Association; 


'RIDGEN, JOSEPH HENRY 


nd Mathematics 


Warsaw 

, A.B. 


'ROCTOR, BARBARA ANN Pinetops 

English and French, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma Pi 
Alpha; Wesley Foundation, Council, Secretary; President of Wilson 
Dorm; Women's Judiciary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 


>ULLEY, EMMA MARIE 

Pi Omega Pi. 


1 Studies, B.S. 


Littleton 


3UINN, HILDA NELL 

Home Economics Club. 


nics, B.S. 


Beulaville 


5ABON, JAMES LEO 




Monroe 



Buccaneer, Business Manager; Delta Sigma Pi, Secretary; Circle K 
Club; Young Democrats Club; Phi Beta Lambda; Publications Board; 
Student Government Association, Budget Committee; Delegate to As- 
sociated Collegiate Press Conference in New York; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

5ADFORD, CONNIE ANN Castali 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Transfer from Louisburg College; Methodist Student Fellowship; 
Glee Club; Young Women's Christian Association; Friendship 
Circle, Cheerleader; Baptist Student Union; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Student National Education Association. 




Two Miss Americas Visit Campus. 




RAMSEY, PATSY ANNE 



Nati 



Education Associi 



Martinsville, Vc 

Education, B.S. 
; Association for Childhood Education. 



RAWLS, PATRICIA CRANE Washingto 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Transfer from Woman's College of the University of North Caro- 
lina; Student National Education Association. 

RAY, DANIEL COLE Raleig; 

Psychology and Social Studies; A.B. 
Inter-Dormitory Judiciary; Inter-Fraternity Council Representative; 
Pi Kappa Phi, Warden, Secretary, Treasurer, President; Circle K Club; 
East Carolinian, Proofreading Director, Sports Editor, Associate Edi- 
tor; College Union Sports Committee; Young Democrat's Club. 



RAYNOR, CARMEN AIDA V. 



Sigma Pi Alpha; Dean's 

REEL, JOHN CALVIN 



Rio Piedras 
Puerto Rio 



Madison, Fla 



Education. B.S. 



REEL, JUDY CAROL Fair Bluf 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Association; 
Sigma Tau Delta, President; Tau Sigma. 



370 



A*£ 




REGELMANN, KENNETH E. 

Busine 
Intramural Sports. 



Newport News 



Seniors 



BERSON, FANNIE LOIS 




Williamston 


Business and English, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Tau Sigma; Student National 


Educati, 


an Association. 


BERSON, WILLIAM F. 




Durham 


Accounting, A.B. 






BERSON, WILLIAM THOMAS 




Robersonville 


Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Transfer from San Antonio College. 




BERTS, JAMES M. 




Spencer 


History and Sociology, A.B. 
Swimming Team, Co-Captain. 






BERTS, NANCY ANN 




Hillsboro 


Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; State Nati. 
ciation; The Key, Associate Editor, Co-Editor; 1 
retary of Junior Class; Chi Omega, President; 
Dean's Advisors Committee. 


anal Edi 
Fast Car 
Publica 


ication Asso- 
olinian; Sec- 
tions Board; 


BERTSON, SAMUEL J. 




Leaksville 


Business, A.B. 
Young Republicans Club; Phi Beta Lambda. 







REGES, BRENDA GAIL Rocky Mount 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Senior Class President; Student Counselor; President of Women's 
Judiciary; Student Government Association; Sophomore Woman 
Senator; Buccaneer, Organizations Editor; Delegate, State Student 
Legislature; Baptist Student Union; Alpha Phi Marshal, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Dean's Advisory Council; Student Government Asso- 
ciation, Identification Card Chairman, Executive Committee, Sum- 
mer School Parliamentarian; Women's Recreation Association; Home 
Economics Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

REHDER, JOHN B. Winston-Salem 

Geography and Psychology, A.B. 
Marching Pirates; Gamma Theta Upsilon, Secretary. 



REHDER, 


JUDITH J. 






St. Pauls 


Grammar Educatic 
Student Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi, 
Education Association. 


n, B.S. 

Secretary; Studer 


it National 


RHODES, 


ARLENE ANNE 






Graham 


Aquany 


Nursing, B.S 


Student 


Nurses , 


association. 


RICHWINE, JUDITH ANN 




Wash 


ington, D.C. 




Home Economics 


, B.S. 






RICKS, BILLY RAY 






Seaboard 




Social Studies and Psychology, A.B. 




RIDDICK, 


ANNE JUANITA 






Sanford 


S 


Nursing, B.S 
?er; East Carolinian; College Ui 
; Secretary of Pledge Class. 


lion Cor 


nmittee; 


Delta Zeta 


RIDDICK, 


NANCY CAROLYN 






Hobbsville 


Student 
tion for 


Primary Educatior 
Counselor; Student National Ed 
Childhood Education. 


i, B.S. 


^ssociatio 




RIDENHOUR, NANCY R. 






Harrisburg 


Phi Or. 


Home Economics, 
nicron, President; East Caroline 
; Student Counselor; Student 


B.S. 
i College Home 
National Educati. 


Economics 
anal Asso- 


RILEY, EMILY B. NELSON 






Grifton 




English and Social Studies, 


A.B. and B.S. 





RIVENBARK, GINNIE R. Goldsboro 

Grammar Education and Library Science, B.S. 
Library Club; King Youth Fellowship; Student National Education 
Association; Association for Childhood Education; Buccaneer,- Chapel 
Choir. 





ROBINSON, BETTY JO 



Delta Phi Delta; Art Club; Ragsdale Hall Homecoming Chair 
House Council; "Cleopatra." 



ROBINSON, SARAH T. 



for Childhood Edu 



ROGERS, JAMES A., JR. 



ROSS, MONTE BARRETT 



ROUSE, BARBARA P. 

History and English, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Alpha Delta Pi, Vice Preside 
man; Young Democrats Club; Women's Rec 
Foreign Films Committee; Lecture Series. 

ROUSH, JANE CAROLE 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Dormitory Vice Presiden 
Social Chairman; Science Club; Buccaneer; Playh 

ROWE, MARTHA ELIZABETH 

Art, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; Art Club; National Ec 

ROYSTER, RALPH D. 

Physical Education and Social Studii 
Freshman Football; Varsity Football; Phys 



Edu 



RUDISILL, LARRY RAY 

Physical Education and Social Studic 
Varsity Football; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Edi 
Lutheran Student Association; Track Team; Sciem 
ing Club; Dormitory Representative. 

RUFFIN, ANNIE SUE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
National Education Association; Tau Sigmc 
Association; Baptist Student Union. 

RUSNAK, WALTER PHILIP 

Social Studies and Public Serv 
College Union Bowling League. 

RUTH, KATHERINE HAYES 

Primary Education, B.S 
Association for Childhood Education; Nation; 



rion Association. 



Seniors 



WILSON HALL OFFICERS 

President Barbara Proctor 

Vice-President Claire Kornegay 

Secretary .. Gail Strickland 

Treasurer Jackie Hendricks 

Senator Ada Jane Kivett 



372 




KDLACK, FRANKLIN J. 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.I 
Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Pi. 



Rutherford, N.J. 



UEED, FRANCIS DURHAM 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, Social Com 
dent National Education Association; 
ciety for the Advancement of Managemen 

kUNDERS, THELMA AAAE 



UNDERS, WILLIAM J. 



ittee; Phi Beta Lambda; Stu- 
Young Democrats Club; So- 



VAGE, JERRY GLENN 



Business, A.B. 



Freshman Class Offie 



.WYER, HENRY GILBERT 

Physical Education an 
Phi Epsilon Kappa. 

ARBORO, MARY D. 

Primary Edu 
Student National Education Ass< 
Religious Chairman of Slay Dorm. 

HEIPERS, ELIZABETH 

Primary Edu 



Belc 



Association for Childhood 



HWENTORUS, RONALD E. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, Treasurer. 

OTT, ALICE F. SMITH 

Home Economics, B.S. 
East Carolina College Home Economics Club, T 
Vice President, Program Ch 



Phi Omicron 
Transfer from Meredith College 



OTT, DELMAR L, JR. Mount Ol 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors ' Club, Treasurer; North Carolina and 
American Associations of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. 

LL, FRANKLIN NESBIT Mom 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Transfer from Wingate; Industrial Arts Club. 




Greeks Participate in All-Sing. 




SENN, JOHN G. 



Social Studies and Scif 



SERENA, JOANN FRANCES 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Young Democrat's Club; Physical Education Majors Club; Wo 
Recreation Association; Psychology Club; Canterbury Club. 



SESSOMS, BOBBY ALLEN 

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club. 



Rocky Mount 



SHEARIN, BETTY FAYE 



SHEARIN, BONNIE LYNN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Associ; 
Education; The Buccaneer; Baptist Student Union. 

SHELTON, CHARLES H. JR. 

Psychology and Geography, A.I 
Sigma Nu, Rush Chairman. 



Wake Forest 



IESSO, CATHERINE G. Jacksonville 

History and Psychology, B.S. 
Azalea Princess; Student Senate; Student Government Association, 
Special Events Chairman, Secretary, Entertainment Committee, Lec- 
ture Committee, Outstanding Award, State Student Legislature, 
National Student Association; Governor's Student Committee for a 
Better North Carolina; Alternate Marshal; Buccaneer Queen; Chi 
Omega, Pledge Trainer, Vice President; East Carolinian; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 

HEVOCK, DANIEL T. Odessa, Del. 



Saint Francis College and Goldey Beacom, Transfer Studen 

HINE, NICHOLAS F., Ill 

Science and Psychology, B.S. 

MMONS, FLORIDA R. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Student National Educat 
Student Counselor. 

MMONS, PAMELA H. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student Na 



^^fc /'"sA 



MPKINS, PHILIP W. 

Physical Education and Geography, B. 
Dormitory Floor Manager. 

MPSON, JAMIE S. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 

MPSON, MORRELL B., JR. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Physical Education Majors' Club. 

NGER, JON BARRY 

Pre-Dentistry, B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, President; Hebi 



Rocky Mount 
Newport 

Hampstead 

ial Education 

Jacksonville 

Robersonville 
Kernersville 



Baltimore, Md. 

Youth Fellowship, President; 

Oxford 



.AUGHTER, LINDA C. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Association for Childhood Education; National 
Education Association; Dormitory President; Discipline Committee; 
Women's Judiciary, Chairman; Dean's Advisory Council; Student 
Government Association; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice President; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 

AAITH, ALTON GLENN, JR. Goldsboro 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Weight Training Club. 

MITH, AVA GRACE Robersonville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Methodist Student Center; Baptist Student Union; Student National 
Education Association; Association for Childhood Education; Dormi- 




Seniors 




SMITH, CAROLE LOUISE Raleigr 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Young Democrats Club; Alpha Omicron Pi, 
Mathematics Club; Psychology Club; Peace College, Transfer Student. 



SMITH, CHARLES M 

Physic, 



Hendersor 

Education and Psychology, B.S. 
earn; Weight Training Club, President; Physical Educa- 
Club; Student Government Playhouse Production; Play- 



SMITH, CHARLES WILLIAM 



SMITH, DANNY 



Raleigr 



Phi Mu Alpha, President, Alumni Secretary; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Phi Beta Lambda; East Carolinian; WWWS-FM. 



SMITH, EDWARD TYSON 

English . 
Student Government Associaf 
Playhouse. 

SMITH, EVERETT MARIE 



Beulaville 



:iation for Childhood Edu 



MTH, AAABLE LEA 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Library Club. 



MTH, REBECCA ANN 

Nursing, B.S. 
Nurses Club; Baptist Student Union; House Counc 
Transfer from Gardner-Webb College. 



Gasfonia 

Df Slay Dorm; 



MTH, RUFUS R., JR. 



MTH, SANDRA FAYE 

French and English, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha; Young Friends Society, Secreta 

MTH, THOMAS CHERRY 

Business Administration, A. 
Transfer from the University of North Carolina. 



MTH, WALTER W., JR. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Industrial Arts Club. 




Officials Dedicate Kerr Scott Dormitory, 




SMITHERMAN, MARY A. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer; Student National Educ 



SMITHWICK, FONDA RAE 



SNYDER, SANDRA LEE 

Primary Education, 
Aquanymphs, President; Marching Band; 
Education; Women's Recreation Associatior 



Troy 
Associa- 

Merry Hill 
Winston-Salem 

for Childhood 



SOBOL, CHESTER THOMAS Black Mountain 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 
Student Government Association, Senior Class Senator, Vice-Chair- 
man of Honor Council; Circle K Club,' Chairman of Membership 
Committee; Society for the Advancement of Management; Director 
of College Union Talent Show; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Chaplain; 
Intra-Dormitory Council; Transfer from Western Carolina College; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 



SOUTHALL, PHYLLIS M. 

English and Psychology, 

SPARKS, MERVYN C. 

Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Advanc 
Young Democrat's Club. 

SPARROW, WENDALL K. 

English and Social Studies, 
Sigma Nu, Social Chairman. 

SPEIGHT, JOSEPH D. 

Mathematics and Physics, 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Co 
Arnold Air Society, Commander; Mathemc 

SPENCE, WILLIAM R. 

Business, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Government A 

SPENCER, JESSE WILSON 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 

SPENCER, JUDITH H. 

Primary Education, B.S 

SPENCER, WAYNE ROSS 



Jetersville, Va. 



Chester, Maryland 

nt of Management; 



Greenville 
.S. 

s. Executive Officer; 
:s Club. 

Raleigh 

uciation, Budget Com- 

Newark, Del. 

Newport News, Va. 

Newport News, Va. 
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Portraits for the yearbook are 
made by a local photographer. 
In this edition of the Buccaneer, 4400 
students, faculty members, and ad- 
ministrative officials came to the 
third floor of Wright Building for 
their photographs. Approximately 
eighty per cent of the student body 
is represented in this forty second 
volume. Five weeks, eight hours and 
an average of 140 persons per day 
was the length of time which this 
"say cheese" production continued. 



sPIVEY, WILLIAM 

Business, 
Semper Fidelis Society; Phi Beta Lai 



iTACKPOLE, DUNCAN W. 

Industrial Ar 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

5TALLINGS, MARY VIRGINIA 

English and Social 
Tau Sigma; Sigma Tau Delta, Secret; 
Association; Student Counselor. 



5TANALAND, DAVID J. 

Physical Educ 



5TANCIL, JACKIE M. 



STANSBURY, SHIRLEY J. 



5TARLING, LEO HARDEE 



STEEN, RONALD LEWIS 

Business, A.! 
Western Maryland College and Golde 



STEINBECK, HERBERT, JR. 

Science and Physics, A.B. 
Men's Chorus; College Choir; Alpha Phi Omega 



Fayetteville 



Stantonsburg 



Greenville 



Dagsbord, Del. 



STEPHENS, DONALD W. 



STEPHENS, MARGARET M. 

Accounting, B.S. 
State Student Legislature; Canterbury Club; Stude 
Association, Budget Committee; Junior Class Senator, Treasurer; 
Phi Beta Lambda, President; Pi Omega Pi; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



Oakland, Md. 



Gover 



STEPHENSON, ROBERT H. 

English and Social Studii 

376 



Portsmouth, Va. 





STEVENS, BETTIE LOU S. Four Oaks 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Tau Sigma; Association for Childhood Education; Student National 
Education Association. 

STEVENS, HERMAN RAY Cambridge, AAd. 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Varsity Swimming Team; Junior and Senior Class Senator; Circle K 
Club; Honor Council; Kappa Alpha Order. 



STEVENSON, CARLA R. 

Chemistry, A.B. 

STEWART, JAMES N., JR. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Football; Transfer from West Texas State College. 

STILL, FRANCES LEONA 



Elections Committee; Vice Pr. 



Williamston 



Wilmington 



STOKES, LINDA ANNETTE 

Alpha O 



Greenville 



nicron Pi, Outstanding Pledge, Rush Chairman; Stude 
Education Association; Women's Recreation Associatio 
Glee Club. 



Seniors 



ONE, RALPH ELDON Vienna, Va. 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Sigma Nu, Physical Education Majors Club. 



ORY, CONSTANCE L. 

Business Education, B.S. 
Kappa Delta; Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Edu 

OWE, ARTHUR RAYMOND 



Newsoms, Va. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



RAIN, LINDA S. Lumberton 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educational 
Association. 

RICKLAND, AUDREY K. Sims 

English, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma Pi Alpha; Student National Education Asso- 



RICKLAND, DONALD G. Princeton 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Tau. 

RICKLAND, LLOYD D. Princeton 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary. 

ROTHER, H. L. Beach 

Business, A.B. 
Transfer from Presbyterian Junior College; Phi Beta Lambda; West- 
minster Fellowship; Orientation Counselor. 

ROUD, CHARLES R., JR. Goldsboro 

Biology, B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Pi; Science Club. 

URDIVANT, CYNTHIA L. Chester, Va. 

Nursing, B.S. 
Nurses Club, Homecoming Sponsor; Chi Omega; Buccaneer; The 
East Carolinian: Freshman Counselor; President of Garrett Dorm. 



YRON, EASTON S. 



IGG, INA MERLE 



Hobucken 





SUGGS, TOMYE LEE Elizabethtowi 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Homecoming Queen; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl; Slay Dormi- 
tory, President; Women's Judiciary; Student Government Association, 
Senate, Appeals Committee. 



SULLIVAN, JAMES CLAY 



-">io-jv 



Hertfon 
Track Team; March- 



Raleigl 



North Carolina State College, Transfer Student; 

SUMMERS, MERLE THOMAS 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Student Senate, Vice President; 
Special Events Committee, Executive Council, Parliamentarian, Out- 
standing Service Award, National Student Association Congress 
Delegate, Ring Committee Chairman, Appeals Council; Circle K 
Club, Parliamentarian, Board of Directors; Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; 
Student Counselor; Buccaneer; East Carolinian; Phi Beta Lambda, 
Vice President, Parliamentarian; Publications Board; Dean's Advisory 
Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES. 



SUMMEY, HICKS MARVIN 

Science, B.S. 


Hendersonvilli 


SUMNER, DONNA JAN Beulavilh 

Nursing Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; Aquanymphs, Recording Secretary; Nurses Club; Student 
Nurses Association; Student Counselor; Free Will Baptist Fellowship, 
Vice President; College Union, President; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 


SUMRELL, BOBBIE ANN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
University of Maryland, Transfer Student; Slay 
President; Kappa Delta, President. 


Kinstoi 

Dormitory, Vice 


SUTHERLAND, ARTHUR G. 

Geography and City Planning, A.B. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 


Charlol 


SUTTON, MARILYN JAYNE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 


Kinstoi 


SUTTON, WILLIAM OTIS 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 


Greenvilli 


SWAIN, WENDELL L. 

Biology and Science, B.S. 

SYKES, MICHAEL PARKS 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi; Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer; Mathem 
Fraternity Council, Business Manager; Young Derr 


Spring Laki 
Roanoke Rapid 

atics Club; Inter- 
iocrats Club. 


TAFT, ROBERT EDMUND 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Circle K Club, Treasurer; Young 
Vice President. 


Greenvilli 

Democrats Club, 



Seniors 



AM 


(5 


P 

¥ 










TART, JAMES ROYCE 



Adn 



A B 



/ersity of North Carolina, Transfer Student; Alpha Phi Omega, 
! President, Recording Secretary; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for 
Advancement of Management; Young Democrats Club; Buc- 
;er; East Carolinian. 



TART, JUDY ANN 

Primary Educatioi 
Women's Recreation Association; Stude 
ciation; Association for Childhood Educa 


1, B.S. 
nt Natioi 


la , 


Newton Grove 

Education Asso- 


TAYLOE, 

Delta 


JEAN CAROLYN 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Zeta, Treasurer; Young Democrats Club; 


Ph 


Ahoskie 

i Beta Lambda. 


TAYLOE, 

Louisb 


PENNARITTA C. 

History and English, B.S. 
urg College, Transfer Student; Delta Zeta, 
: Wilson Hall, President. 


Rowellsville 

Historian; Buc- 


TAYLOR, 

Library 


BOBBYE F. 

Social Studies and Library Science, 
Club; Women's Recreation Association. 


B.S. 


Burgaw 


TAYLOR, 


CARLTON ED 

Business Administrat 


ion, A.B. 




Snow HiH 



378 



LOR, CHARLES R., JR. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 



LOR, DAVID BRYAN 

English and Matherr 

LOR, DELPHIA A. 

Grammar Educatii 
Student National Education Associatio 
Education; Women's Chorus. 



Whitakers 

for Childhood 



LOR, EDGAR SLADE Williamsl 

Art, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Men's Glee Club; Spring 
Art Festival; College Art Associates; Bowling Team. 



LOR, JERRY ARCHIE 

History and Geography, B.S. 
Arnold Air Society, Operatidtis Officer; Air Force Reserve Offic 
Training Corps, Rifle Team. 

'LOR, MALCOLM ALLEN Gree 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 

'LOR, MARJORIE LOU 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Women's Judiciary; Young Democrats Club; North Carolina Edu 
tion Association; Association of Childhood Education. 



Corapeake 



'LOR, MARY ELIZABETH 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Chov 
Student; Women's Judiciary. 

'LOR, ROBERTA WARD 

Home Economics Club. 

'LOR, VIVIAN ELAINE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Asso 
Education; Buccaneer; Weight Training Club. 

vCHEY, EDWIN EARL 

Social Studies and Geography, 

.CHEY, GEORGE RALPH 

Social Studies and Public Service 
Young Democrats Club; Alpha Phi Omega, V 
Government Association, Senator. 



Jackson 



Belhaven 



Vanceboro 

Childhood 



Greenv 

ident; Student 




mm 



Art Shows Exhibit Student Culture. 



CHEY, JEROLD C. 



Winston-Salem 



College Choir, Preside 



Music, B.M. 
: Opera Theater; Phi Mu Alpha 



GAN, BARBARA 

Social Studies i 
King Youth Fellowship; Inter-Re 

vCKER, GAIL 

Grammar 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Majorette; 



Wailuku, Hawai 



Denton 

Varsity Band. 



vRRINGTON, WILLIAM Bl 

Social Studies and Government, B.S. 
Circle K Club; Student Orientation; Scott Dormitory, Secretary; 
Honor Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



'MAS, JOYCE ANN 



Beulaville 

ary Education, B.S. 

, Corresponding Secretary; Student Na- 

n; Association for Childhood Education. 



>MAS, LAWRENCE G. 





THOMAS, ROBERT LEON 

History and Geography, B.S. 
Young Republicans Club. 

THOMPSON, AVA SUE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Women's Chorus. 

THOMPSON, DAVID ARNOLD 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 



THOMPSON, DONALD HULL 

Psychology and Geography, A.I 
Kappa Alpha. 

THOMPSON, JERRY M. 

Business Administration, A.B. 

THOMPSON, ROBERT F., JR. 

English and Geography, A.B. 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM ROY 

Phi Beta Lambda, National President, State T 
Club; Delta Sigma Pi. 



Wilmingtc 



Durhai 



THORNE, LINDA SUE 



Kinstc 

Men's Glee 



Seln 



Association for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation Associ 
tion; Women's Chorus; Chapel Choir; Free Will Baptist Fellowshi| 
National Education Association. 



THURMAN, CHARLOTTE F. Laurel 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Presbyterian Junior College, Transfer Student; King Youth Fellow- 
ship; Chapel Choir. 



TIPPETT, SHIRLEY ANN Oxfoi 

Business Education and English, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Association. 



TODD, JERRY HENRY 

Business Adn 



TODD, LINDA MAE 



Education As 



for Ch.ldhood Edu 



Seniors 



TODD, PATSY LONG 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Women's Chorus; National Education Association. 

TOLER, REYNOLD DUFFY 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club, President; Delta Phi Delta, President; College 
ciation. President; The Rebe/, Art Editor. 



TOLLEY, AVERY LEONARD 

Indust 
Circle K Club; Industrial Arts CI 



TOMLINSON, ROGER E. 

Business Administr 



Washington 



Winston-Salem 



Lynchburg, S.C. 



TOUCHTON, LINDA ANNE Virginia Beach, Va. 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club; Printmakers Association; Delta Phi Delta, Vice President; 
Student Counselor; Kappa Delta Phi, Secretary-Treasurer; College 



TOWNSEND, DOROTHY J. Penns Grove, N.J. 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Senate, Budget Committee, Ex- 
ternal Affairs Committee, Constitutional Revisions Committee; Wom- 
en's Glee Club; Phi Beta Lambda. 



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TRADER, BARBARA SUE Angier 

Mathematics and Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Association; Alpha Xi 
Delta, President; Mathematics Club, Reporter, Vice President; Pi 
Omega Pi; Young Democrats Club; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 

TRAYLOR, HARDY B. Ettrick, Va. 

Political Science and History, A.B. 
Young Democrats Club. 

TROUTMAN, WILLIAM A. Williamsburg, Va. 

Business, A.B. 
Campbell College, Transfer Student; Phi Beta Lambda; Young Demo- 
crats Club; Society for the Advancement of Management. 



TUDOR, DOLORES ANN 

Home Economics, B 
Baptist Student Union; Women's Glee Clu 
Reporter. 



Fuquay Springs 



Home Economics Club, 



TUDOR, LEON BRYANT 

Geography ai 

TUGWELL, WILSON F„ JR. 

Indus 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Industrial > 



Raleigh 



Social Studies, A.B. 



Newport News, Va. 



TURNER, CONAL NEWBERN 

Social Studies and Political Science, 

TWIDDY, JOSEPH WILSON 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 

TWYNHAM, THOMAS H. 

History and English, B.S. 
Student Government Association; Young Democra 
Louisburg Junior College, Transfer Student. 

TYLER, RONALD MITCHELL 

Physical Education and Social Studies 
Circle K Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Educ 

TYNDALL, EDITH GRAY 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship, Secretary-Trea 



Elizabeth City 



Arlington, Va. 



TYNDALL, PATRICIA A. 

College Choir; Music Edu 



National Conferen 



Kinston 

Sigma Alpha 



\ meeting place for varied activities, the College Union provides television for entertainment 
nd the dance floor for interested onlookers. Miss Cynthia Mendenhall is the director for this 
ampus facility which is located in the basement of Wright Building. 




TYSON, OSCAR LEMUEL Fayetteville 

Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Advancement of AAanagement. 

UPCHURCH, ROBERT D. Highfalls 

Social Studies and Geography, A.B. 

VAN NORTHWICK, WILLIAM Williamston 



VANN, BRENDA LOU Dunn 

Nursing, B.S. 
Nurses Club. 

VANN, TERRENCE R. Elizabeth City 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Circle K Club. 

VASHAW, VOLNEY H. Durham 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg College, Transfer Student; WWWS-FAA; Theta Chi. 

VASSAR, RONALD HUGH Richmond, Va. 

Business Administration, A.B. 

VAUGHN, RONALD DEAN Shelby 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Furman University, Transfer Student; Kappa Alpha; Intramural 
Doubles Tennis Champion. 

VENTERS, WILLIAM T. Leland 

Business Administration, A.B. 

VERNON, BRENDA JOYCE Currie 

Grammar Education, B S. 
College Chapel Choir. 

VEST, WILLIAM T., JR. Bear Fort, S.C. 

Science, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau; Science Club. 

WAFF, PATRICIA ANN Edenton 

Art, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union; 
College Marshal; Art Club, Secretary; Kappa Delta, President; Delta 
Phi Delta; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President; Dean's Advisory Council; 
Senator; College Artists Associates; Buccaneer; Student Counselor; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 




9 9 3 



Senior Year Ends June 14. 




WAINRIGHT, FRED E. Ayde 

Business Administration, A.B. 

WALLEN, WILLIAM BRUCE Stratford, N.. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau. 

WALSTON, JOHN LEE Scotland Nee 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Epsilon Pi Tau, President; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President; Indus- 
trial Arts Club, Vice President; American Industrial Arts Association, 



WALTERS, ALICE FAYE Fuquay Spring 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education 
Association; Women's Chorus. 

WALTERS, ALICE MARIE Greenville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



WAMSLEY, JACQUELINE L. 

Primary Educati. 
Alpha Delta Pi; Student National Educa 




WARD, DOUGLAS DAVID 



Virginia Beach, Va. 

Psychology and Sociology, A.B. 
Chi Alpha; Wrestling Team; Inter-Fraternity Council. 



WARNER, RALPH EDWARD 



Young 



>ubli. 



Club. 



WARREN, BARBARA GREY 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Associat 
State Secretary; College Union Projects Committee. 

WARREN, DUBRUTZ E. 

Business, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President; Inter-Fraternity Coun 

WARREN, WILLIAM I. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Epsilon Pi Tau; North Carolina I 
Association; American Industrial Arts Club; Buccar 
Education Association; Industrial Arts Club. 

WARWICK, EDNA GLYNN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student Natio 



Dunn 



WATKINS, JO ANN 

Social Studies 
Ragsdale Hall, Secretary; Stude 
President. 



Louisburg 

ale Hall, Vice 



WATSON, MARY ANN 



EdL 



Association for Childhood Education; Alpha Delta Pi, Assistant 
Treasurer, Reporter; Cheerleader; East Carolinian, Greek Editor; Stu- 
dent Government Association, Senator; Appeals Board; Student 
National Education Association; Buccaneer Queen Pageant; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 






WATSON, SYLVIA JEAN 

Grammar Education, I 



WATTS, DOUGLAS EUGENE 

Social Studies and Eng 
Wilmington College, Transfer Student. 

WEAVER, MYRTLE BELLE 

Home Economics, 

WEBB, HAROLD ALDER 

Business, A.B. 
Goldey Beacom, Transfer Stude 



Lucama 

for Childhood 

Tabor City 

Raleigh 
Colera, Md. 



Phi Beta Lambda 



Seniors 



BSTER, CORA SUE 



Washington 

Education, B.S. 
n of Childhood Education; National 



Scotch Plains, N.J. 



IDENBACHER, WILLIAM 

Business, A.B. 
Playhouse, Young Men's Christian Association; WWWS; Methodi: 
Student Center; East Carolinian, Photographer, Columnist. 



ISS, BONNIE ANN 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda, Reporter; Student National Educ 
Women's Chorus. 

AS, NATHANIEL H. 

Social Studies and Industrial Arts, B.! 
Varsity Band; Marching Band; Baptist Student I 
Men's Glee Club; Bible Fellowship; Phi Mu Alpha 

ST, DANNY EUGENE 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.E 
Pi Kappa Phi. 

ST, FRED DOYLE 



Roanoke Rapids 



Elizabethtown 



Rocky Mount 

President; Young Demo- 





WETHERINGTON, JOAN Clinton 

English and Social Studies 
Young Republicans Club, Social Chairman; Alpha Phi, President; 
Student Counselor; Women's Judiciary, Vice-Chairman; Student Gov- 
ernment Association, Special Events Chairman; Sigma Tau Delta; 
Buccaneer; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

WHITE, ADA ELIZABETH 



Phi Beta Lambda, Buccaneer. 

WHITE, CLAUDE DELTON 

Indus 
Industrial Arts Club; American 



nek 



Roxboro 
Hertford 
New Castle, Del. 



WHITE, GERALD ALFRED 

Accounting and Business Administration, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Newman Club; Phi 
Beta Lambda. 

WHITE, JOHN ROBERT Kins 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau. 

WHITENER, CAROLE B. Seabc 



Mus 



East Ca 



WHITFORD, SAM MURRAY 

Science and Geography, 
Science Club. 

WHITLEY, BARRY WETZEL 

Geography and Physical Educ, 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Secretary. 

WHITLEY, JOHN C, JR. 

Social Studies and Psycholo 
WWWS Radio. 

WHITTED, LESLIE RAY 

Business, B.S. 

WHITTLE, SUE LEIGH 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Buccaneer, Classes Edito 
dated Collegiate Press Conference in Ne 

WIGHTMAN, GEORGE E., JR. 



Winston-Salerr 



Grahan 

K Club, 



Elon College, Transfer Student, Varsity Football; 
Board of Directors; Delta Sigma Pi, Social Chairman, Chancellor; 
Young Democrats Club; Student Government Association, Summer 
School President; Dean's Advisory Council; Men's Judiciary; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 




EY, PATRICIA ANNE Durr 

Music, B.S. 
Alpha Phi, Vice President, Song Chairman, Standards Chairman; 
Baptist Student Union; Young Women's Christian Association, Sec- 
retary; East Carolina College Chapel Choir, College Choir; Ameri- 



can Guild of Organists. 




LETS, DORIS ANN 

Home Economics, B.S. 


AAorganton 


LIAAAS, CATHERINE E. 

History and Public Service, A.B 
Young Democrats Club; Alpha Delta Pi. 


New Bern 


LIAAAS, DOLORES ANN Princeton 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Free Will Baptist Fellowship; Dormitory Secretary. 


LIAAAS, MARGARET D. 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club, Ways and Means Co 
"horus; Dormitory Secretary. 


Newton Grove 

mmittee; Women's 


LIAAAS, ROBERT H. Wilmington 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
ambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman, Alumni Secretary. 


LIAAAS, SHIRLEY ANN Fayetteville 

Music, A.B. 
Sigma Alpha lota; East Carolina College Chapel Choir; Music 
Educators National Conference; Women's Chorus; Student Counselor. 


JAAAS, SHIRLEY R. 

Science and Social Studies, A.B. 
Women's Glee Club; Science Club. 


New Bern 


JAAASON, BETSEY S. 

English and Library Science, B.S. 


Jackson 


JAAASON, JUNE D. Washington, D.C. 

Physical Education and Library Science, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Baptist Student Union; Modern 
)ance Club; Physical Education Majors Club. 


JFORD, EARLE RAY 

Social Studies and Public Service, A 
i Kappa Alpha, President; Inter-Fraternity Coun 


Oxford 

B. 

cil Representative. 



IS, JAAAES T. Coats 

English and Speech, B.S. 
Jr Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold Air Society; Phi 
igma Pi; East Carolinian; Buccaneer; Young Democrats Club. 




Seniors 




WILAAOUTH, NORAAA GREY 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; National Education As 

WILSON, CHARLOTTE 



Wilmington 



WILSON, EDWARD BRYANT He 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi; Peace Corps Delegate; Society for the Adv 
ment of Management. 



WILSON, JUDITH ANNE 

Primary Education, B.S. 

WILSON, LARRY WAYNE 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Scott Dormitory, Vice Preside 



WILSON, LINDA AAARIE 

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; WWWS Radio; National Edi 
tion; Psychology Club. 



Jax, Fla. 
Colerain 

Roanoke Rapids 



385 



WINSTEAD, THOMAS JACKSON 



WINSTEAD, WILLIAM L. 



WINSTEAD, WILLIAM R. 

Business, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Adv 
of Management. 

WOODALL, GEORGE I., JR. 

Geography and City Planning, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, ' 



Nashville 



Men's Glee Club. 



WOOLARD, JASPER EVANS 



nd Geography, B.S. 



WOOLARD, ROGER W. 

Mathematics and Geography, B.S. 



Washington 



Washington 



WOOTEN, PHYLLIS EVON Tarb 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Pi Omega Pi; Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; Free Will Baptist Fellowship. 



WORSLEY, THOMAS LEE 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club. 



Rocky Mount 



WORTHINGTON, JULIAN M. Wmterv 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer; Chi Beta Phi; 
Circle K Club, Vice President, Carolina District Secretary-Treasurer, 
International Trustee; Junior Class President; Student Government 
Association, Parliamentarian; Young Men's Christian Association; 
East Carolina College Marching Band, Varsity Band; Mathematics 
Club, Vice President; Assistant Attorney General, Honor Council. 









WORTHINGTON, LEE B. 

Mathematics and Phys 



YATES, ANN BRYAN 

Primary Educatio 
National Education Association; Associ; 

YELVERTON, GEORGE, III 

Phi Beta Lambda; Young Democrats CI 



Wintervilk 



Apex 



Childhood Educati 




Seniors 




YOUNG, ROBERT IRWIN 

Business Administration, A.I 



YOUNG, WILLIAM F., JR. 

Sigma Nu; Art Club. 



ZAPFFEL, GEORGE LEON 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



Richm 



New I 



ZEBLEY, FREDERICK L. Wilmington, 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary; Air Force Reserve Officers Traininc 
Corps; Arnold Air Society, Administrative Officer. 



ZSCHAU, EDWIN EUGENE Ra 1 ' 

Psychology and English, A.B. 
Young Republicans Club; Swimming Team. 



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ABBOTT, UNVILLE F. 


Oxfora 


ABNER, CAROLYN LOUISE 


Burlington 


ADAMS, JOHN MAYNARD 


Henderson 


AINSFIELD, IRWIN J. 


Alexandria 


ALBRIGHT, JOHNNY F., JR. 


Mebane 


ALDRIDGE, JOHN MARVIN 


Kinston 


ALFORD, GLENDA RUTH 


Whitakers 


ALFORD, STEPHEN VANCE 


Kinston 


ALLEN, ALBERT GIDEON 


Goldsboro 


ALLEN, BARBARA ANN 


Charlotte 


ALLEN, BUELL THOMAS 


Pantego 


ALLEN, JOSEPH M„ III 


Richmond, Va. 


ALLEN, MARGARET A. 


Roanoke Rapids 


ALLEN, SUSAN KAY 


Charlotte 


ALLIGOOD, HILDA RAE 


Washington 


ALLIGOOD, STEVE H. 


Washington 


AMBROSE, RAVONDA 


Washington 


ANDERS, MELBA ANN 


Clinton 



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ANDERS, OLIVIA JOAN 


Cli 


ANDERSON, GEORGE F. 


Vance 


ANDERSON, LINWOOD ROY 


Golds 


ANDREWS, FREDERICKA 


Green 


ANDREWS, JOHN QUINCY 


Plym 


ANGSTADT, ROBERT D. 


Newark, 


ARNOLD, MILDRED J. 


Jackson 


ASHWORTH, BRENDA ANNE 


Ox 


ATKINSON, PAMELA G. 


Morehead 


AUTRY, BRENDA SUE 


Autry 


AVERA, MARGARET H. 


Rocky Mc 


AYERS, BRENDA KAY 




BAILEY, MICHAEL C. 




BAKER, JAMES FRANKLIN 


Fayette 


BAKER, KATHLEEN AGNES 


Fayette 


BALDWIN, ANNA LORETTA 


Lib 


BALDWIN, DONALD M. 


Clarl 


BALLARD, LINDA DARE 


Lynchburg, 


BALLEW, RUBY JANNETT 


Have 


BARBER, WILLIAM LLOYD 


Rale 


BAREFOOT, JAMES OWEN 


Newton Gr 


BARLOW, CAROL JEAN 


Green* 


BARNES, CAROLYN JANE 


Mom 


BARNES, JANICE MARIE 


An 


BARNES, KENNETH O. 


RaR 


BARNES, PERRY DELANO 


Wil 


BARNES, VAUCLAIN 


Pine L< 


BARNES, WILLIE RAY 


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BARRETT, VICKI L. 


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BARROW, EDWARD L. 


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BASNIGHT, ELLEN VIRGINIA Edenton 

BASNIGHT, GEORGETTA Elizabeth City 

BASS, EMMA LYNN Rocky Mount 

BASS, JUDITH CARROLL Lucama 

BASS, LENNA ROSE Dunn 

BASS, LINDA FAY Eurpka 



BASS, PORTIA FAYE Faison 

BASS, RICHARD W. Wilson 

BASS, SANDRA LANE Newton Grove 

BATEMAN, DORINDA PUGH Pantego 

BATES, WILLARD E., JR. Rocky Mount 

BAXLEY, SANDRA J. St Paul" 



BEACH, NEWTON LEE Herndon, Va. 

BEACHAM, MARY LEE Williamston 

BEAL, LARRY MICHAEL Hendersonville 

BEAMAN, ERNEST HERMAN Snow Hill 

BEHR, JOHN DOUGLAS Greenville 

BELL, IZORA JEAN Atlantic 



Band Performs at Redskins' Game, 



ELL, PHYLLIS ELORIA Rocky Mount 

ELLAMY, ROBERT H. Scotch Plains, N.J. 

ELOFF, BERNARD ED Richmond, Va. 

ENDER, LYDIA JANE Pollocksville 

ENNETT, JERRY L. Ellerbe 

ENNETT, ROBERT R. Ocean City, N.J. 



5NTLEY, JANICE T. 
ENTON, SALLIE ANN 
HRRY, IRA WAYNE 
IGGS, JAMES FRANKLI 
ILLINGS, CHARLYN R. 
ILLINGS, KATHRYN C. 







SHOP, JAMES G. 
SSETTE, DONNA DAY 
ACKMON, BILLY RAY 
ACKWELL, ERNEST N. 
AND, ADELAIDE P. 
AND, JANET ELIZABETH 



ANKS, JOSEPH A. Colonial Heights, Va. 

.ASINGAME, JUNE L. Roanoke Rapids 

INSON, PATRICIA SUE Mebane 

.OW, JOHN MICHAEL Yorktown, Va. 

5ATNER, SANDRA ANN Greensboro 

5CK, MARGARET ANN Greenville 



DLES, ROGER DEAN 
3LLING, JAMES E., Jl 
5NNER, KATHRYN M. ' 
30TH, SCOTTY DALE 
3ST, NATHANIEL L. 
3STIC, BRENDA E. 








BOUNDS, RALPH MONROE 
BOWERS, FRED WATSON 
BOWMAN, JUANITA FAYE 
BOYD, JACKY DALE 
BOYETTE, GLENDA PIKE 
BRADLEY, SANDRA WRAY 



BRADSHAW, NANCY B. 
BRAMMER, OTIS WILLIAM 
BRANNON, JOSEPH P. 
BRASWELL, LUCY C. 
BRAUNLICH, JOAN LEE 
BRAY, VIRGINIA DIANE 



BRETT, HERBERT M. 
BRIDGERS, HELEN R. 
BRhNN, JUDY PHILLIPS 
BRINN, WILLIAM J., JR. 
BRINSON, JAMES IRVIN 
BROADHURST, ELIZABETH 



BROGDEN, WILLIAM MAYO 
BROTHERS, MARILYN KAY 
BROWN, DORA ANN 
BROWN, MICHAEL THOMAS 
BROWN, RICHARD LEE 
BROWN, ROBERT CARROLL 



BROWNING, VIRGINIA C. 
BUCK, JAMES ARLEY 
BUCK, KENNETH R. 
BUGG, MARY HUGH 
BUIE, DONALD NELSON 
BULLARD, WALTER M. 



BUMGARNER, DAVID T. 
BUNTING, NORMAN W. 
BURNETTE, JIMMY D. 
BURROUGHS, CHARLES B. 
BURT, JUDITH LORIE 
BURTON, JULIAN THOMAS 



McLean, Va. 



Vanceboro 
Roanoke Rapids 

Dublin 



Valdese 

Frankford, Del. 

Rocky Mount 

Alexandria, Va. 

Vanceboro 



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JARVIS HALL OFFICERS 

President _ _ Peggy Honeycu 

Vice- President _ _ Harriet Payl< 

Secretary Eloise Johnsor 

Treasurer _ .._ Betty Jean Park: 



CNUM, HENRY L„ JR. Raleigh 

fRD, JUDITH CAROL Coats 

r-RD, MEREDITH L. Kinston 

(■RUM, DOROTHY LEE Greenville 

SIN, RANDALL SCOTT Reidsville 

UDWELL, CAROLYN J. Charlotte 



^MERON, JULIAN E., JR. 
^MPBELL, RACHEL F. 
WPBELL, WILLIAM W. 
\NADY, JEANETTE A. 
^PEL, GLADYS ANN 
\PPS, FRANK ALBERT 



\RMAN, MARY EILLEEN Falls Church 

XRR, CHARLES B. Plymouth 

\RRAWAY, KENNETH L. Chesapeake, Va. 

XRRAWAY, VIRGINIA M. Pinetops 

KRROLL, MICHAEL D. Elkin 

\RSTARPHEN, M. M., JR. Tarboro 



,RTER, PLEAS WILSON Concord 

;SEY, CAROL FRANCIS Dudley 

tSEY, LINDA KAY Mount Olive 

*SON, MOLLIE JANE Belton, S.C. 

vVINESS, MARY JANE Carthage 

IANDLER, ELIZABETH J. High Point 



IANDLER, JUDITH LYNN Albemarle 

IAPPELL, BRENDA D. Falcon 

IAPPELL, ROBERT H. Hobbsville 

1ARLTON, LINDA SUE Arlington 

IEEK, WESLEY BAXTER Greenville 

1ESSON, H. O. Creswell 



ISHOLM, HILDA E. 
ITTY, BRENDA 
APP, JERRY DAVID 
ARK, MARY LEE 
ARK, THURMAN LEE 
ARK, WILLIAM HUNTER 



\RKE, SAMMIE JEAN Shelby 

NE, WILLIAM JEROME Rutherford College 



BLE, MARY ELIZABETH 
GHILL, CONRAD C, JR. 
LE, MARGARET LOUISE 



'LEMAN, ELIZABETH S. Ashevil 

'LEMAN, MARGARET ANN Culpeper, V 

■LLINS, DOROTHY C. Stonevil 

ILLINS, WALLACE WOODFORD Dover, D< 

iMBS, CAROL ANN Cresw. 

INN, MARY JANE Louisbu 



NNER, JEAN HARRIET Memphis, Tenn. 

OK, SIDNEY R., JR. Colonial Heights, Va. 

OKE, GLADYS W. Mount Olive 

RBETT, ANNIE SARAH Elizabeth City 

STAS, DAVID G., JR. Norfolk, Va. 

VIELLO, MICHELLE E. Washington, D. C. 




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J, SARAH EVELYN 


Conway 


DAVENPORT, BERTRAM L 


Columbia 


DAVIS, 


CAROLYN U. 


Mechanicsville, Va. 


DAVIS, 


CURTIS MACK 


Raleigh 


DAVIS, 


DAVID WILLIAM 


Roxboro 


DAVIS, 


HAYWOOD M. 


Durham 


DAVIS, 


JAMES C, JR. 


Wilson 


DAVIS, 


JOSEPH R„ JR. 


Pinetops 


DAVIS, 


KATHLEEN K. 


Roanoke, Va. 


DAVIS, 


SANDRA ANITA 


Marshallberg 


DAVIS, 


WILLIAM T. 


Snow Hill 


DAVISON, PETER JAMES 


Raleigh 


DAY, THEODORE M. 


Washington 


DEANS, 


DELANO COBBY 


Fountain 


DELONG, MARGARET ANN 


Wilson 


DENNIS 


, ROBERT ALLEN 


Jacksonville 


DENTON, AILEEN RUTH 


Louisburg 


DENTON, SANDRA JEAN 


Birmingham, Ala. 



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COX, ETTA JOYCE 
COX, HENRY C. 
COX, LINDA DARE 
COX, MARION EVELYN 
COX, NORMAN JOSEPH 
COX, RICHARD C, JR. 



COZART, CASSANDRA LEE 
CRAFT, HOLLIS GLENN 
CRAVOTTA, JULIA BELL 
CRAYTON, DARLA GAIL 
CREECH, LOIS CAROL 
CREECH, MINNIE LOU 



CREECH, WILLIAM D. 
CREEGAN, FAYE MARIE 
CRIPPEN, GILBERT W. 
CRISP, LINDA FAYE 
CROOM, EMILY LOU 
CROOM, JOHN ROY 



CROWDER, RICHARD W. 
CROWELL, BRENDA DIANE 
CRUMPLER, CHARLES P. 
CURRIE, CECILIA PEARL 
DALY, GEORGE D. 
DALY, JANET KAE 



DAMBROSIO, LOUIS A. 
DANIEL, WILLIAM LEE, Jf 
DANIELS, BRENDA JOYCE 
DANIELS, CHARLES E., JR. 
DANIELS, DON GEHRIG 
DANIELS, LINDA CAROL 



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Rockingl 

Newton Gi 

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Arlington, 

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W, LUCILE MARIA 
.DAY, ROBERT LEVY 
MATTINA, ERNEST I 
TTMER, ARLENE L. 
JGUID, FRANK S., I 



<ON, BRENDA DIANNE 
iRSEY, NEIL EDWARD 
'UB, LINDA GRAY 
iWDY, RONALD EUGENE 
iZIER, SYLVIA A. 
AXE, PATRICIA ANN 



IGGERS, JUDY BONEY 
UMMOND, PATRICIA A. 
CKWORTH, WILLIAM E 
IKE, ROBERT MARVIN 
RHAM, BILLY LEWIS 
NES, CLIFTON WAYNE 



SON, ROBERTA ANNE 
MUNDSON, ROBERT, JR. 
WARDS, AGNES LOUISE 
WARDS, CLIFTON OTIS 
WARDS, TRACY C. 
RD, JEAN ALICE 



ALI, HAMOD A. 
-ALI, MAJID ABDOL 
-IOTT, JOAN ELIZABETH 
WAN, WILLIAM LEE 
iORY, MELVIN F. 
GLAND, CAROLYN R. 




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Wilmington 
Rocky Mount 
Morganton 
Richmond, Va. 
Burlington 
Gretna, Va. 



Snow Hill 

Rocky Mount 

Norfolk, Va. 

Beulaville 

Albemarle 







Homecoming Draws Alumni and Guests. 



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ENTZMINGER, DAVID W. 
ESTRIN, ROSALIE B. 
EVANS, LINDA ARLENE 
EVANS, LINDA FAYE 
EVANS, PLATO GARRIS 
EVERETT, PRISCILLA A. 



EVERETT, SHIRLEY ANN 
FANN, DONNIE RUTH L. 
FARMER, JAMES OSCAR 
FARRIS, PATRICIA ROSE 
FAW, JEAN PAIGE 
FEDERICI, ROBERT A. 



FENSTERMACHER, WILLIAM 
FEFFELL, SANDRA J. 
FIELDS, BILL GORDON 
FINCH, LALAH KAY 
FITZGERALD, JOHN A. 
FLOWERS, BRENDA RUTH 



Farmville 

Chocowinity 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Pontevedra, Fla. 



lionville, Pa. 

lichmond, Va. 

Greenville 






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FORNES, RAYMOND E. 


Greenvi 


FOSTER, EVELYN R. 


Wilmingl 


FOSTER, JIMMIE F. 


Clint 


FOSTER, LORETTA NEEL 


Peconic, N 


FOWLER, REBECCA ANN 


High Po 


FRANKLIN, CAROLYN M. 


Faye.tevi 


FRANKLIN, JOEL H. 


Lynchburg, ' 


FREEMAN, NANCY FAYE 


Wind 


FULLER, ELIZABETH B. 


Mount Ht 


FULLER, JOSEPH F. 


Rocky Moi 


FURR, WILLIAM PRICE 


Statesv 


FUSSELL, DOROTHY CARR 


Wall. 


FUSSELL, KENNY C. 


Winterv 


FUTRELL, ELIZABETH F. 


Rich Squ 


GADDIS, JOHN REGINALD 


Charlc 


GADDY, WILLIAM PAUL 


Fairmi 


GALLIMORE, RICHARD L. 


Lexing- 


GALLOWAY, PATRICIA F. 


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GARDNER, JUDITH 


Willow Sprii 


GARDNER, THOMAS M. 


Richmond, ' 


GARNER, LANA FAYE 


Newp 


GARRETT, FAYE CAROL 


Martinsville, \ 


GARRETT, PEGGY D. 


Albemc 


GARRISON, WILLIAM E. 


Burling 


GARRISS, CHARITY EVON 


Ws 


GASTER, ARCHIE DILLON 


Elon Colle 


GATEWOOD, BRENDA C. 


Summerfii 


GAY, VERONICA ANNE 


Zebul 


GAYNOR, ARLENE JOAN 


Valley Stream, N 


GILL, SHURLEY LOUISE 


Clinl 



Christmas Holidays Begin December 12. 



GILLAM, LINDA LEE 


Harrellsville 


GILLIKIN, HAYWOOD W. 


Goldsboro 


GLENN, CAROLYN JANE 


Monroe 


GLISSON, LAWRENCE M. 


Hendersorwille 


GODBEE, VIRIGINIA R. 


Miami, Fla. 


GOODWIN, WILLIAM E. 


Raleigh 


GORDON, THOMAS DANE 




GORHAM, MARY LYNN 


Battleboro 


GORTON, HELEN ANN 


Sun City, Ariz. 


GRANTHAM, CLAUDE S. 


Stantonsburg 


GREENE, MAUDE IRENE 


Ocean Drive, S.C. 


GRIFFIN, JAMES B. 




GRIFFIN, PATRICIA E. 


Williamston 


GRIFFITH, DAISY R. 


Ayden 


GRIFFITH, MALCOLM P. 


Greenville 


GRISSOM, GEORGE M. 


Henderson 


GUPTON, CAROLYNE W. 


Louisburg 


GURGANUS, PATRICIA F. 


Greenville 




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Juniors 



GUY, DAN MILLER 
GWALTNEY, MILDRED V. 
GWYN, TERRY GENEEN 
HACKNEY, BONNIE ELIZABETH 
HADDOCK, LARUE DUNN 
HAITHCOCK, LLOYD B. 



HALL, DOROTHY ANN 
HALL, GEORGE PERRY, 
HAMER, JOHN F., Ill 
HAMILTON, DERAL W., 
HAMMOND, JAMES T. 
HANES, DONALD LOUIS 



HANES, SHIRLEY JO 
HARDEE, ROBERT MORRIS 
HARDISON, SMITH PAUL 
HARPER, CHARLES M. 
HARRINGTON, EDGAR L. 
HARRINGTON, RICKY T. 



HARRINGTON, WILLIAM A. 
HARRIS, ANDREA JANE 
HARRIS, CAROLYN ANN 
HARRIS, MARY CATHERINE 
HARRISON, ALBERT K. 
HARRISON, SYLVIA A. 



HARSCH, HENRY 
HART, ELEANOR FRANCES 
HARVELL, MARGARET M. 
HATCH, CHARLES M. 
HEAVNER, CAROLYN BEAM 
HEDGECOCK, ROGER DALE 



Mew Bern 
Ayden 

Asheville 

Durham 



Greenville 

Seaboard 

Rockingham 

Durham 

Salisbury, Conn. 

Grovetown, Ga. 



Lexington 
Greenville 
Arapahoe 
Greensboro 



Oriental 
Ahoskie 
Griffon 



HEDGEPETH, JUDITH C. 
HEDMAN, SHIRLEY RUTH 
HELMS, JESSE GORE, JR. 
HENRETTA, ARTHUR A. 
HENRY, GIRTON EDWARD 
HERRING, ANNA N. 



Rocky Mount 

Wilmington 

Charlotte 

Williamsburg, Va. 

Camp Lejeune 

Roseboro 



With the enrollment stretching to the 
six thousand mark, registration has great- 
ly been eased by the addition of the IBM 
facilities. However, dropping and adding 
courses are done on registration day. For 
the freshmen, it was quite a bewildering 
experience to enter Wright Building, com- 
plete five forms, and then check out in 
accordance with the rules. Registration 
is more simplified, but minor problems 
still may be solved on the first day of 
each quarter. 





HERRING, MILLIE JO 


Clint 


HEWETT, DONNIE G. 


Shallo 


HICKS, HOWARD MASON 


Greenvi 


HICKS, LETTIE DIANE 


Pikevi 


HICKS, THURMAN GERALD 


Rocky Mou 


HILL, KEITH EDWARD 


Pink h 


HODGE, PAMELA RUTH 


Charlo' 


HODGES, JIMMY THAD 


Washingt 


HODGES, KATHERINE B. 


Washingti 


HOGAN, PEGGY JEAN 


St 


HOLBERT, RICHARD M. 


Greenvi 


HOLLAND, MARY E. 


Smithfie 


HOLLAND, PATRICIA ANN 


Wars. 


HOLT, CORNELIA GARRIS 


Ti 


HOLT, MICHAEL LEWIS 


Alamai 


HONEYCUTT, NANCY J. 


Mooresv 


HOOKER, DOUGLAS H. 


Pilot Mount, 


HOOKER, LILLIAN N. 


Pilot Mount 



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Greenvi 


HOOKS, MINNIE DELORES 


Sell 


HOOPER, BRENDA GAIL 


Yanceyvi 


HOOVER, JAMES EARL 


Holmes, 1 


HORTON, MARY ANN 


Durhi 


HORTON, ROBERT VERNON 


Fayettevi 


HOWELL, CARLTON DAYNE 


Halif 


HOWELL, JUDITH LYNNE 


High Po 


HUDSON, CATHERINE E. 


Bensi 


HUDSON, MARCIA LYNN 


Salisbu 


HUFFMAN, CHARLOTTE E. 


Ralei 


HUMPHREY, LINDA W. 


Kinst 


HUNNICUTT, MARY ELLEN 


Morgant 


HUNNING, LINDA RHUE 


Greenvi 


HUNTER, WAYLAND 


Hertfc 


HUNTLEY, CAROL ANN 


Wadesbt 


HUTZLER, ALVIN BRYANT 


Richmond, 1 


IJAMES, HELEN P. 


Charlo 


IRVIN, JUDITH ANNE 


Seabo; 


IRVIN, LINDA RITCH 


Wils 


JACKSON, BETTE HARRIS 


Durhi 


JACKSON, CHARLES T. 


Washingt 


JACKSON, JOHN CLAYTON 


Beulavi 


JACKSON, THELMA JOYCE 


Robersonvi 


JACOBS, BRENDA ALDEN 


Elizabeth 1 


JACOBS, MICHAEL B. 


Durha 


JAMES, EDNA LOUISE 


Tarbo 


JAMES, VIRGINIA B. 


Greenvi 


JENKINS, BARBARA C. 


Swansbo 


JERNIGAN, FAYDENE F. 


Lagrarv 



IGAN, JULIUS J. 

IGAN, RAYMOND A. 

\ISON, BARBARA JEAN 

vJSON, BARBARA S. 

\ISON, BETTIE C. 

■JSON, DIANNE CAROL 



vISON, ELOISE A. 
JSON, JOSEPH T. 
JSON, JOYCE INA 
JSON, JUDITH CAROL 
JSTON, PATRICIA M. 
JSTON, SHIRLEY ANN 



S, BILLY FRANKLIN 
S, BRENDA M. 
S, GLENDA JEAN 



S, JO FRANCES 



Kinston 

Selma 

St. Pauls 

Fayetteville 

Ahoskie 

King 


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Coats 

Graham 

North Wilkesboro 

Coats 
Greenville 


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Washington 

Mount Olive 

Williamston 

Butner 

Richlands 


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:S, JOHN GARNER 

S, JOSEPH HOWARD 

S, LENWARD MAC 

S, MARJORIE JANE 

S, RALPH, JR. 

S, RICHARD ALLAN 



IS, WALTER LOUIS Randleman 

iS, JOHN PRUITT Greenville 

'AN, DALE Elkin 

AN, PHILIP T„ JR. Lake Mohegan, N. Y. 

IER, CAROL ANN Rocky Mount 

IER, CAROLYN E. Ayden 



IER, JILL COLVIN Vanceboro 

IER, MARGARET GAIL Rocky Mount 

)K, FATHALLAH J. Jerusalem, Jordan 

NOVE, SHELDON New York, N.Y. 

HAZEL TYNDALL Elm City 

, JUDY ANNE Goldsboro 



, ROBERT L, JR. Carthage 

EL, JOSEPH JACOBS Richmond, Va. 

iY, JAMES ROBERT Murphy 

NORA JANE Bear Creek 

AND, JOSEPH B., JR. Petersburg, Va. 

;MAN, CHARLES R. Raleigh 



3, KATHERINE ANNE Falls Church, Va. 

, BYAS CARLTON, JR. New Bern 

\, DONNA SUSAN Bailey 

\, LEVERNA E. Elizabeth City 

ASTER, RONALD S. Burlington 

, HENRY HAMPTON Winston-Salem 



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MD, HOWARD D., JR. 
S1DIN, CAROLYN ANNE 
MGDON, BARBARA ANN 
MGDON, NANCY ROSE 
NGSTON, ELMER D. 
NGSTON, FREDERICK M. 



5SITER, CAROLE ANN 
5SITER, LINDA LEE 
5SITER, PAUL F., JR. 
5TER, SHEILA C. 
TON, HILDA FAYE 
WRENCE, KERMIT W., 



W, WILLIAM 

ZUR, JOHN JOSEPH 

^RY, ALEX HORACE 

^RY, EVA LOU 

f^RY, WAYNE SEARS 

E, JULIUS DONOR 



\, LOU CAROLYN 
E, ULA JANE 
=TWICH, JAMES W., . 
3GETT, MARTHA E. 
WONS, HYACINTH V. 
D, ALFRED FRANK 



WIS, LYLE BURWELL 
WIS, MARY RUTH 
WIS, RUBIE JACOB, Jfi 
WIS, VIRGINIA DARE 
WIS, WILEY HOWARD 
NKER, JUDY SHARON 



Fayetteville 

Elm City 

Angier 

Smithfield 

Fayetteville 



Ayden 
Four Oaks 
Harrellsville 



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LIVINGSTON, ELSA RUTH 
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT D. Ne 

LOCKAMY, ALFRED HENRY 
LOCKAMY, PERRY D., JR. 
LOFTUS, DENNIS LEE 
LOMAX, PHILLIP M. 



LONG, BARBARA J. 
LONG, JEROME MYRON 
LONG, KATHRYN WOOD 
LOVING, THOMAS 
LUCAS, JOANNE DARDEN 
LUCAS, NANCY JEAN 



LUCAS, SALLIE E. 
LUMPKINS, MARY A. 
LYBRAND, W. MARTIN 
LYON, LAURA CLEMENT 
MACKINTOSH, MARGARET 
MADRIN, MARILYN JONES 



White Oal 

^port News, Va 

Durhan 

Wilmingtoi 

Raefon 

Sta 



Wilsoi 

Stratford, N.J 

Elizabeth Cit< 

Cameroi 

Stantonsbun 

Wilmingtoi 



Lucam 
Oxfon 
Mariett 
Greensbor 
Raleig 
Elizabeth Cit 



FLEMING HALL OFFICERS 

President Georgia Hooks 

Vice-President Sylvia Crocker 

Secretary _ Ruth Daniel 

Treasurer __. Merle Evans 

Senator _ Sue Ruffin 




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MAIER, HAROLD J. 
MAJETTE, BILL 
MALLONEE, MARCIA C. 
MALLORY, JAMES D., JR. 
MANER, JAMES F., JR. 
MANN, TERESA LYNN 



MANUEL, JESSE W., JR. 
MARBRY, BRENDA P. 
MARCHANT, AUGUST M. 
MARECHAL, DEANNA JEAN 
MARK, SHELIA CAROL 
MARTIN, CHARLIE M. 



MARTIN, DIANE S. 
MARTIN, JAMES T., JR. 
MARTIN, MARGARET GAIL 
MARTIN, ROBERT LEE, JR. 
MASON, CHARLES LEE 
MASON, JACK M., JR. 



MASSENGILL, EDNA LOU 
MASSEY, DAVID EDWARD 
MATTHEWS, JUDIETH ANN 
MAULTSBY, MARGARET E. 
MAUNEY, FRED D. 
MAYO, CLAYTON BROWN 



MAYS, FREDERICK W. 
McCANLESS, BRENDA J. 
McCASKILL, CHARLES, JR. 
McCLEES, ROBERT W. 
McCLENEY, FRANCES ANN 
McCOIN, SAMUEL L. 



McCOMBS, DORIS ANNE 

Mcdonald, geraldine a. 
Mcdonald, james d., j 

McGEE, MARGARET ANN 
McGOWAN, MARTHA C. 
MclNTIRE, MARY SUE 



New Bern 
Charlotte 
Carthage 
Winston-Salem 
Greenville 
Rich Square 



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Ivanhoe 


.cINTYRE, SHELBY JANE 




Ivanhoe 


icKENZIE, ELIZABETH J. 


Southern Pines 


IcKINNON, WILLIAM S. 


Wright: 


sville Beach 


kLAMB, JOHN 


Newton Grove 


IcLAWHORN DAVID W. 




Ayden 


cLEAN, JAMES HAMPTON 




Maxton 


cMANUS, SHEILA D. 




Albemarle 


.cMINN, HIRAM DOUGLAS 


Claymont, Del. 


cNAIR, LARRY BLUE 




Raleigh 


EARES, KAY FRANCES 




Fair Bluff 


EASAMER, WESLEY F. 




Sanford 


EEKS, KERDIS EDGAR 




Fayetteville 


ELTON, VIRGINIA ANN 




Greenville 


ERCER, SANDRA CORA 




Lucama 


EWBORN, ROBERT D. 




Snow Hill 


IDGETT, JEFFREY G. 




Nags Head 


ILAZZO, SAMMIE JEAN 




Broadway 




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Campus Student Body Stunnea 




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MILLER, BARBARA ALLEN Greenvil 

MILLER, CAROLYN M. Lakeland, Fl 

MILLER, LINWOOD R. Bethel, D( 

MILLIKAN, NANCY DIANN Randlemi 

MILLS, DENNIS ERASTUS Aydi 

MITCHELL, EDDIE C. Greenvil 



MITCHELL, JOHN PETE Charlottesville, V 

MIZE, KENNETH EDWARD Kinstc 

MOBLEY, SANDRA FAYE Williams* 

MODLIN, FLORENCE Williamstc 

MODLIN, LOLA GRAY Jamesvil 

MODLIN, RACHEL Jamesvil 



MOHN, KAY FRANCES Richlani 

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE A. Chesterfie 

MONTICONE, WILLIAM G. Washington, ■ 

MOORE, DAVIS LEE Greenvil 

MOORE, DONALD E. Gaston 

MOORE, ELSIE MARION Kinstc 



MOORE, EUGENE WINSTON Sumter, S.I 

MOORE, PATRICIA ANN Spenci 

MOORE, PHYLLIS JEAN Greenvil 

MOORING, RUBELLE S. Maui 

MORGAN, BELMONT J. Morehead Ci1 

MORGAN, EMORY HALL Bergenfield, N. 



MOkGAN, LINDA CAROL Raefor 

MORRIS, ARTHUR MACON Halifa 

MORRIS, EMMA FAY Creswe 

MORRIS, FRANCES ANN Asheboi 

MORRIS, MARY KAY Creswe 

MORRISON, WILMA JOAN Washington, D.I 




MOSS, MARY ANNE 
MOSTELLER, JAMES N. 
MOULTON, RALPH D. 
MUDGE, NANCY ELIS 
MULL, NANCY AMANDA 
MULLIS, CHARLES WAYNE 



MURPHREY, ROBERT T., Jl 
MURPHY, CARTER LEWIS 
MURRAY, PATRICIA LEE 
NATOUR, SAMIR BUTROS 
NEILSON, CHARLES D., JR. 
NEWHOUSE, BARBARA N. 



NEWTON, IRIS 
NICHOLSON, JAMES D. 
NITTOLI, RONALD 
NOBLES, GARY RAY 
NORMAN, THOMAS W„ JR. 
NORMAN, WILLIAM G., JR. 



Morganton 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Fuquay Springs 

Morganton 

Charlotte 



Farmville 

Petersburg, Va. 

ilver Spring, Md. 

amallah, Jordan 

Wilmington 



N.J. 



Bayboro 

abeth, N.J. 
Richlands 



y President Kennedy's Assassination. 



IRIS. EDWARD EARL 
IRIS, NORMA A. 
(THCOTT, NANCY LOU 
UHINGTON, ROBERT, JR. 
(WOOD, CHARLES L. 
!WOOD, GEORGE D. 



ERRY, BARBARA JO 
AIN, GEORGIA LOU 
LLO, JAMES ALAN 
SURN, TIMOTHY C. 
RSTROM, NANCY SUE 
/ER, LINDA E. 



EN, EDWIN ROBERT 
ORNE, CAROLYN FAYE 
iRCASH, ROBERT S. 
iRMAN, RAYMOND DALE 
EN, WILLIAM F. 
E, IDA PAULETTE 



IS, BRYANT DUKE 
KER, ALEXANDER, JR. 
KER, BETTY KING 
KER, GERALD FRANK 
KER, HENRY ELVIN 
KER, JUDY ANNE 



KER, MARIAN IRENE 
:KS, CAROLYN LOUISE 
IRISH, BEN WOOD 
IRISH, BILLIE WOOD 
iRISH, FRANCES BASS 
IRISH, GEORGE W. 



Hillsboro 

Kenansville 

Colerain 

New Bern 

Chapel Hill 

Durham 



Raleigh 

Richlands 

Molalla, Ore. 

Murfreesboro 

Matthews 



Gates 

Henderson 
Louisburg 
Louisburg 
Greenville 
Zebulon 




PARROTT, ROBERT D. 
PASCAL, STEPHANIE E. 
PATE, JUDITH B. 
PATE, SHYRLYNN A. 
PATRICK, DALE GORDON 
PATRICK, EVELYN DIANE 



PATTERSON, CARLYLE B. 
PATTERSON, JOHN AVEY 
PATTERSON, MARTHA ANN 
PATTON, VELMA JEAN 
PAUL, IRA BRYAN 
PAUL, PATRICIA E. 



PAYLOR, HARRIETT LEE 
PEARCE, LINDA JOYCE 
PEARSON, ROBERT A. 
PEATROSS, PATSY RENAY 
PECK, WILLIAM EDWIN 
PEEDIN, REBECCA GAIL 



PEELE, MARY EMMA 
PEELE, NANCY ELEANOR 
PEELE, PATRICIA FAYE 
PERRY, LINDA CARROL 
PERRY, PATRICIA DAWNE 
PERRY PEGGY FISCHER 



PETERS, WAYNE ARNOLD 
PETERSON, SARAH G. 
PHIFER, JAMES LARRY 
PHILLIPS, LARRY LEE 
PICKARD, LINDA KAY 
PIERCE, CONSTANCE MAE 



PINION, DOROTHY LEE 
PINION, MILDRED RUTH 
POOLE, ERIC LYNN 
POPE, WILLIAM T. 
PORTER, CHARLES A. 
PORTER, DIANNE M. 



Morehead City 



New Orleans, La. 



Bethesda, Md. 



chmond, Va. 



Elizabeth City 



Juniors 



During the Homecoming week- 
end of October 18-20, the class of 
1953 held its class reunion. In 
addition, the football team of the 
same year was honored, along with 
the team of 1933, at a banquet in 
South Cafeteria and tea in the Buc- 
caneer Room. Among the invited 
guests, were Mr. and Mrs. Earl 
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. James Mal- 
lory. Miss Janice Hardison was in 
charge of alumni affairs for this 
special event. 



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WELL, BEVERLY MEADE Greenville 

WELL, MARY KATHERINE Raleigh 

WELL, THOMAS LOWELL Ahoskie 

CE, ANNA KAY Monroe 

CE, PEGGY JEAN Mount Olive 

IDGEN, JUDY CAROL Pinetops 



rCHARD T. GLENN Margarettsville 

3UT, REBECCA SUE Durham 

JH, ANN GILLENTINE New Bern 

.LEY, JAMES RONALD Littleton 

(YEAR, CHARLES C. Greenville 

!YEAR, FRANKLIN G. Greenville 



iSER, HERMAN LAMAR West End 

INN, COLON KELLY Warsaw 

)FORD, LYNDA FAYE Goldsboro 

CNOR, MARGARET E. Fayetteville 

fNOR, WILLIAM M. Lakeland, Fla. 

.VIS, GID MACON, JR. Warrenton 



SE, THOMAS O., JR. Newport News, Va. 

VES, BETTY JANE Hallsboro 

>ES, ROGER DIXON Red Oak 

:HELDERFER, ELAINE Orwigsburg, Pa. 

), JOHN WILLIAM Charlotte 

5EGUIE. GEORGE I. Sanford 



NOLDS, CHESTER L. Portsmouth, Va. 

W, DANIEL OSIE Roxboro 

H, EMILY JO Graham 

H, SYBIL JO Bladenboro 

ENHOUR, LINDA ROSE Salisbury 

EOUT, PEGGY LEE Mebane 



SBEE, DOROTHY D. Kinston 

Y, JAMES OGBURN Annapolis, Md. 

:HIE, JUDITH MAE Richmond, Va. 

ER, ALAN WILLIAM Ahoskie 

BINS, JOHNNIE M., JR. Norfolk, Va. 

ERSON, RICHARD J. Robersonville 



ERTS, TOBY Goldsboro 

ERTSON, CHARLES W. Durham 

ERTSON, JAMES M. Charlotte 

K, HELEN West Chesapeake, Va. 

•ERS, CAROL M. Winston-Salem 

ERS, CATHERINE Camp Lejeune 



ERS, DOROTHY K. Robersonville 

ERS, MARY FRANCES Williatnston 

ERSON, BARBARA F. Robersonville 

ERSON, WILEY B., JR. Robersonville 

ER, LINWOOD W., JR. Raleigh 

E, CHARLES A., JR. Southern Pines 



\, OLLIE JAMES Belhaven 

SE, GWEN ELLEN Wallace 

SE, WILLARD ANN Seven Springs 

'LAND, GERALD BOYD Roanoke Rapids 

LEY, LEE STEWART Washington 

QUIST, JEANNETTE Greenville 



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RUSS, KAY BURNS 
RYDER. SELENA JEAN 
SANDERSON, LEON M. 
SAUNDERS, WILLIAM J. 
SAUVAGEAU, DELIA ANN 
SAWYER, BEVERLY H. 



SAWYER, DOUGLAS M. 
SAWYER, KATHRYN SUE 
SCOTT, BARBARA ANN 
SCOTT, CAROLYN LEE 
SCOTT, HENRY DONALD 
SCOTT, PATRICIA ANN 



SCOTT, REBECCA ANN 
SEARS, ALBIN BRADFORD 
SELLERS, ETHELENE 
SELL€RS, FRIEDA L. 
SEPARK, WILLIS ALLEN 
SEYMOUR, GEORGE M. 



SHANDS, WILLIAM R. 
SHARPE, FREDERICK, JR. 
SHAVER, TERESA LAYNE 
SHAW, ROBERT AVERY 
SHEARIN, NORMAN W. 
SHEPPARD, CALAIS P. 



SHEPPARD, KENNY SUE 
SHERARD, HENRY LAYTON 
SHERMAN, STARR SUSAN 
SHERWOOD, DANIEL E. 
SHIPP, JACQUELINE J. 
SHIRLEY, MARIE J. 



Julie London Impresses Male Students. 



HORE, ANITA GAIL 
EGEL, STUART C. 
KES, JUDITH BOBBITT 
KES, PAUL L. 
LVERSTEIN, GARY M. 
MMONS, MIRIAM K. 


Elkin 

Richmond, Va. 

Polkton 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Elizabeth City 


NEATH, BRONNA JEAN 
CINNER, MARY L. 
CIPPER, JUDITH ROWENA 
AUGHTER, LINDA P. 
.OAN, JOE DAN 
.OAN, MARVIN BRUCE 


Burlington 

Wilmington 
Blanch 
Sanford 
Sanforo 


WALL, STEPHEN ALAN 
WART, JOHN WESLEY 
lAITH, BETTY LOU 
WITH, DELITHIA D. 
WITH, GLENN AARON 
WITH, JACOB RODNEY 


Alexandria, Va. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

Mount Olive 

Fayetteville 

Chester, Va. 

Jackson Springs 




404 



TH, JAMES BROWN, JR. 
TH, JEAN CAROL 
TH, JIMMY DEXTER 
TH, JOANNE CAROL 
TH, JUANITA LORENA 
TH, JUDITH ANNE 



ITH, MICHAEL ELLIOT 

ITH, ROLAND A. 

ITH, RONALD JOE 

ITH, SUE HARDY 

ITH, WANDA ELAINE 

ITH, WILLIAM LOWRY 



IER, HARRY MORRIS 
AMA, JAMES ANTHONY 
JFAS, JAMES LYNN 
,NN, CARL T. 
,RROW, TERRY VANN 
ARS, RAY McFARLAND 



LLER, JULIAN T., JR. 
NCER, FAY COMBS 
UILL, JUDITH ANN 
CLINGS, LINDA KAY 
iLLS, LAURA SANDRA 
iLLS, PHYLLIS ANN 



NLEY, SANDRA JOANN 
NTON, JAMES CLAUDE 
,RR, MICHAEL ALLEN 
■TOME, RONALD LEE 
ED, JENNINGS D., JR. 
PHANY, JEAN CANDAC 




Bethel, Conn. 






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uniors 





Off 





STEPHENS, BERKLEY, JR. 
STEPHENS, GLENDA ANN 
STEPHENSON, CHARLES F 
STEWART, BILLIE K. 
STEWART, GWENDOLYN t 
STEWART, JACQUELINE A 



STILLMAN, LYNN B. 
STOCKS, PEGGY LOUELLA 
STOWE, HOWARD VONCELE 
STRICKLAND, ETHEL G. 
STRICKLAND, LAVETTA A. 
STRICKLAND, LINDA E. 



SUGG, NANCY CHARLTON 
SULLIVAN, JANE R. 
SULLIVAN, JUNE CHERYL 
SULLIVAN, WILLIS B. 
SUTTON, BENJAMIN C. 
SUTTON, JOAN 



Danville, Va. 

Mount Olive 

illow Springs 

Statesville 

Franklin, Va. 



Norfolk, Va. 

Greenville 

Goldsboro 

Maxton 







SYAAE, NANCY BRUTON 
TALAN, JOSEPH 
TANKARD, MARY R. 
TANT, JAMES RAYFORD 
TARLETON, KENNETH F. 
TART, PATRICIA CLAIRE 



TATUM, ANN TERESE 
TAYLOR, CAROLYN B. 
TAYLOR, DEANNA FAYE 
TAYLOR, EDGAR HAYWOOD 
TAYLOR, ELIZABETH R. 
TAYLOR, JAMES C. 



TAYLOR, 







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unwrs 



TOLLEY, JERRY RUSSELL 
TOWNSEND, GARY F. 
TRAHEY, JEAN 
TRAMMELL, DAVIE YOUNG 
TRAUB, LOUANNE E. 
TRIPLETTE, JANICE F. 



TROTTER, LINDA GALE 
TROUTMAN, ELISA M. 
TUCKER, LULA ROSE 
TULLOSS, AUGUSTUS H. 
TURNER, BILLY RAY 
TURNER, HENRY WARREN 



TURNER, JOHN LEE 
TURNER, PAULA TEACHEY 
TURNER, VERNON E. 
TWIFORD, SAMUEL A. 
USSERY, SYLVIA H. 
USSERY ROBERT M. 



Feasterville, Pa. 
Smithfield 



Asheboro 

Enfield 

Grimesland 

Rocky Mount 

Merry Hill 

Plymouth 



Wilmington 

Sumter, SG. 

Elizabeth City 



MRIAM 



TAYLOR, NORA THOMAS 
TEDDER, NANCY JO 
TEMPLE, JUDIE ALLISON 
TEMPLE, MARY LLOYD 
TEMPLETON, CLEMENT F 



TEW, BARBARA FAYE 
TEW, BOBBY GLENN 
TEW, HELEN KNOX 
THIGPEN, ORZO S. 
THOMPSON, JOHN BEN 
THOMPSON, LYNDA L. 



THOMPSON, SHIRLEY F. 
THOMPSON, WILLIE KAYE 
THORNE, EUGENE ALLEN 
THORNTON, THOMAS A. 
TICKEL, EFFIE ANN 
TINDER JUDITH CECIL 




406 








Parties are "the go" on this college 
campus. East Carolina endeavors to keep 
pace with such dances as the thunderbird 
and the chicken. Most people try to buy 
the all popular weejuns, the country 
shirts, and the other collegiate trends in 
fashion. A party is the perfect place to 
see the typical collegiate in dress, as well 
as in manner. 



'ZELL, GLORIA GOULD 


Goldsboro 


\NDIFORD, JANICE C. 


Walstonburg 


XNLIEROP, PATRICIA B. 


Mamanoneck, N.Y. 


<\RDA, CECILE A. 


Waxhaw 


!ACH, BARBARA ANNE 


Scotland Neck 


NSON, BETTY LAVONNE 


Swansboro 


X5EL, ROSALIE MARIE 


New Bern 


5GLER, REBECCA Z. 


High Point 


)GT, VALERIA L. 


Swansboro 


ADDILL, SANDRA CARY 


Norfolk, Va. 


ADDELL, KAREN BARE 


West Jefferson 


AGSTAFF, JUDY M. 


Fuquay Springs 


AKEFIELD, GEORGE H. 


Bedford, Pa. 


ALLACE, MELISIA GRAY 


Plymouth 


ALLACE, WILLIAM H., JR. 


Washington 


ARD, BOBBY JULIAN 


Hobbsville 


ARD, BONNIE CAROLE 


Spencer 


ARD, DONALD LINWOOD 


Millsboro, Del. 


ASHBURN, CLAUDE N. 


South Hill, Va. 


ASHKO, ROBERT JAMES 


Bethlehem, Pa. 


EAVER, PATRICIA JANE 


Rocky Mount 


EBB, SARAH ELIZABETH 


Norfolk, Va. 


EBSTER, HARRY WELDON 


Sanford 


EEKS, BARBARA ANN 


Newport 


EEKS, JAMES RAY 


Mount Olive 


ELLS, BESSIE JANE 


Burgaw 


ELLS, KELLY ALBERT 


Snow Hill 


EST, JAMES A. 


Aberdeen 


EST, ROSE MARIE 


Roseboro 


HALEY, DAVID GLEN 


Teachey 


HELESS, MARY ANN 


Zebulon 


HICHARD, JAMES L., JR. 


Greenville 


'HITAKER, GUY WARREN 


Washington 


'HUE, CAROLE E. 


Ahoskie 


■HUE, GEORGE A., JR. 


Hertford 


HUE, KAREN FAYE 


Statesville 



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unwrs 



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PyrUL^Ji 




WHITE, ROBERT E. 
WHITFIELD, WILLARD 
WHITTEN, BRENDA R. 
WHORLEY, JANICE H. 
WIDDIFIELD, MARTHA J. 
WILKINS, SANDRA F. 



WILLEFORD, BERTA C. 
WILLIAMS, EDWIN JERRY 
WILLIAMS, FRANCES R. 
WILLIAMS, GAY 
WILLIAMS, JAMES W. 
WILLIAMS, LAURA JEAN 



WILLIAMS, LINDA CAROL 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT M. 
WILLIAMSON, CAMILLA 
WILLIAMSON, DOROTHY C. 
WILL1FORD, DOROTHY J. 
WILLIS, NANCY ANN 



WILLIS, REBECCA ANN 
WILLOUGHBY JOSEPH D. 
WILSON, EUGENE VERNON 
WINDHAM, NORMA TAYLOR 
WINDHAM, ROBERT E. 
WOHLNICK, CHARLES T. 



WOOD, BRUCE BRENTON 
WOOD, ELLEN GLENN 
WOOD, JAMES GORDON 
WOODROW, ROBERT S. 



Lewisto 

Kinsto 

Burlingto 

Williamsto 

Rocky Mour 

Rocky Mour 



Atlanti 

Ayde 

Pennsauhen, N.. 

Quantico, Vi 

Walstonbur 

Belleville, N.. 



Clayto 
anoke Rapic 

Roanoke, V 



WOOLARD, DONNA HARDISON Washingtc 

WORNOM, SAMUEL J. Hampton, V 



WORRELL, BILLY RAY 
WORTHAM, JACQUELINE 
WORTHINGTON, RICHARD 
YARBOROUGH, JERRY 
YOUNG, ROBERT A. 
YOUNG, SHARON ANN 



Yorktown, Vi 

High Poii 

Elizabeth Cil 

Richmond, V 



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Officers 

President Tom Scott 

Vice-President . Eddie Green 
Secretary . . . Jane Mewborn 
Treasurer . . . Nancy Allison 



Senators 
Kathy Cauble 
Eddie Barnes 



Sophomores 



ABERNATHY, DONNA M. 
ADAMS, CAROLYN LOUISE 
ADAMS, DOUGLAS EUGENE 
ADAMS, HERBERT RAY 
ALDERSON, JOSEPHINE C. 
ALEXANDER, MARY S. 



ALKAZIN, DAVID MICHEL 
ALLEN, ALICE JEAN 
ALLEN, BETTY SUE 
ALLEN, ROBERT D. 
ALLEN, RUSSELL EUGENE 
ALLGOOD, KOWETA ANN 



ALLIGOOD, GRETA JANE 
ALLISON, NANCY BELLE 
ALLSBROOK, WILBUR, JR. 
AMERSON, ISAAC WILLIAM 
ANDERSON, CLINTON E. 
ANDERSON, LOIS DIANNE 



ANDERSON, PEGGY P. 
ANDERSON, RALPH E. 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM V., JR. 
ANDREWS, ' LYNDA ELIZABETh 
ANDREWS, SANDRA GAYLE 
ANGE, ROBERT WAYNE 



ANGELO, JOSEPH 
APPLE, JAMES KENT 
ASKEW, CHARLES ARMON 
ASKEW, GARLAND LEGRAY 
ASKEW, PHYLLIS P. 
ASKIN, JEROME 



Colonial Heights, Va. 



Scotland Neck 





Scotland Neck 



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lexandria, Va. W * ■ 

On ley, Va. , . ± M 

Rocky Mount *^ 

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Sophomores 




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ATKINSON, FRANK R., II 


Greenvi 


AULBERT, LINDA KAYE 


Meba 


AVERY, DORINDA DIANE 


Ere 


BABB, NANCY JEAN 


Arlington, j 


BADENHOP, PATSY ANN 


Greensbc 


BAGWELL, TIMOTHY B. 


Charlo 


BAILEY, THOMAS L. 


Portsmouth, 1 


BAKER, BETTY JEAN 


Rale! 


BAKER, LYNDA DAIL 


Wils 


BAKER, ROBERT H., Ill 


Mooresvi 


BAKER, RUTH ANNE 


Hub. 


BALCH, DOROTHY CAYE 


Rockville, « 


BANKS, MARIE CATHEY 


Rof. 


BARBEE, ANN REGAN 


Jacksonvi 


BARBOSA, RANDOLPH 


Arlington, \ 


BARBOUR, CAROLYN P. 


Clay* 


BAREFOOT, JANET R. 


Dui 


BARFIELD, PATRICK W . 


Fayertevi 


BARKER, LYNWOOD WAYNE 


New Be 


BARNES, ELIZABETH C. 


Jacks* 


BARNES, MARY CAROLYN 


Wintervi 


BARNHILL, CAROLYN NAN 


Greenvil 


BASNIGHT, DELLA 


Manti 


BASS, CAROLE JEAN 


Fremo 










BATEAAAN, GLENDORA 
BATTEN, EVA SUE 
BEACHMAN, DORIS AYERS 
BEASLEY, PATSY RUTH 
BEATTY, RICHARD LEE 
BEAVERS, JANE MARKHAM 



BELL, JOHN STANCIL, JR. 
BELL, LAWRENCE LEE 
BELLMER, RICHARD L. 
BENFIELD, WILLIAM J. 
BENNETT, HOBSON C, JR. 
BENSON, LYNWOOD EARL 



BERG, JUDITH ANNE 
BERGMAN, RONALD E. 
BERNHARDT, JOHN C. 
BERRIER, JUDITH ANNE 
BIDDAR, JOHN PAUL 
BIESECKER, RONDA A. 



BIGGS, BRUCE ARTHUR 
BLAKE, PAUL ROBERT 
BLAKE, RICHARD G. 
BLANCHARD, IRVIN T. 
BLANKENSHIP, JUDY ANN 
BLYTHE, CHESTER EARL 



BLYTHE, MARLENE ELIZABETH 
BOATRIGHT, JUANITA L. 
BOBBITT, JACK P., JR. 
BOGATKO, JOHN A. 
BOLTON, JANE ELIZABETH 
BOOKER, THOMAS CECIL 



Belhaven 
Selma 

'illiamston 



Newport 

AltaVista, Va. 

Garden City, N.Y. 

Rocky Mount 

Wilmington 

Deep Run 



Ma 



N.Y. 



apequa, 
Madison, N.J. 
Salisbury 

Scotch Plains, N.J. 
Lexington 



Pmetown 

Raleigh 

Newport 

Elizabeth City 

Is Church, Va. 

Franklin, Va. 



Raleigh 

Monroe 

Tarboro 

Swartswood.N.J. 

Rich Square 

Bethesda, Md. 



I.D.C. Presents Talent Show. 



ST, JAMES P., JR. 


Mount Airy 


YCE, JANICE ELLEN 


Ryland 


YD, BRENDA LOU 


Raleigh 


\DFIELD, FREDERICK 


Arlington, Va. 


\DLEY, MARGARET KAY 


Rocky Mount 


\DY, EUNICE ADELE 


Robbins 


!\DY, JOHNNY THOMAS 


Cary 


S.NDON, THOMAS C, JR. 


Cramerton 


WON, PATRICIA LEE 


Ayden 


:WER, BETTY JEAN 


Littleton 


iWER, LYNN DORIS 


Asheville 


DGERS, BLANNIE P. 


Milwaukee 


DGEWATER, CORINNE 


Goldsboro 


LEY, NINA CAROL 


Greenville 


NKLEY, LINDA FAYE 


Creedmoor 


NN, PHYLLIS SUE 


Bath 


TT, PATRICIA ANN 


Como 


)OKS, BARBARA GAYLE 


Greenville 


X>KS, DONALD PARKER 


Wallace 


5WN, DONALD WILSON 


Wade 


3WN, GENEVA 


Washington, D.C. 


3WN, JAMES A. 


Rockingham 


)WN, LELA MAXINE 


Wendell 


)WN, PATTIE A. 


Raleigh 



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Shopping is always on the agenda for the 
college set. Needless to say, the frequent 
trips uptown may buy one's own wardrobe, 
a gift for that special friend, or a card for the 
folks back home. Edith Dobson, Daisy Griffith, 
and Harriet Paylor share their shopping 
chores. Because of such collegiates, Green- 
ville businesses thrive. 



Sophomores 



BROWN, SAMMY ALEXANDER 
BROWN, THELMA ANN 
BRYAN, BONNY ANN 
BRYAN, JUDITH ANN 
BRYANT, JANET SUE 
BRYANT, LEAFIE C. 



BUCK, DAVID RICHARD 
BUCK, WILLIAM HOLLIS 
BUCKNER, RONALD H. 
BUNN, LINDA DARE 
BUNN, RALPH HUGH, JR. 
BUNTING, JERRY DAVID 



BURNETTE, CONWAY H. 
BURWELL, SUSANNE J. 
CALLOWAY, NANCY LEE 
CAMERON, BETSY CAROL 
CAMPBELL, JACK W„ III 
CANUP, JOHNNY LEE 



CAPPS, BETSY LEE 
CARAWON, LEWIS S. 
CARLYLE, OPAL M. 
CARRAWAY, MARY TAYLOR 
CARRINGTON, DENNIS H. 
CARSON, ANN ELIZABETH 



CARSON, GEORGE K. 
CARTER, ELAINE J. 
CARTER, LELIA M. 
CARTER, MICHELE RAE 
CARTER, RONALD WAYNE 
CASH, TED LOUS 



CASTELLOW, ROSE WHITE 
CATES, PHILIP BURRELL 
CAUBLE, MYRTLE KATHY 
CAVINESS, BETTY GAIL 
CAYTON, CARL DELRAY 
CHAMBLEE, LOIS DIANE 



CHAMPION, DONNA L. 
CHANDLER, JOHN C, J 
CHAPMAN, JAMES A. 
CHARLES, ELIZABETH J. 
CHARUHAS, HELEN C. 
CHILDRESS, BOBBY LEE 



STOPHER, LANA C. 


Greenville 


RCHILL, ANN C. 


Greenville 


!K, CHARLES ALLEN 


Falls Church, Va. 


!K, DOROTHY MAE 


Greenville 


IK, JAMES RICHARD 


Leaksville 


IK, JEANETTE T. 


St. Pauls 


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Concord 


TES, JAMES EDWIN 


Middlesex 


TS, DAVID MARVIN 


Dunn 


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Burlington 


.E, JAMES D. 


Burlington 


HRAN, RANDOLPH C. 


Albany, Ga. 


KMAN, MARY JANICE 


Robbins 


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Albuquerque, N.M. 


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Wake Forest 


■MAN, BARBARA A. 


Langley, Va. 


MAN, JUDITH R. 


Durham 


IER, JUDITH ANN 


Fayetteville 


RAIN, MAMIE E. 


Jamesville 


VELL, BRENDA KATE 


Wallace 


MORS, CHARLES E. 


Pawtucket, R.I. 


WAY, JUDITH LOUISE 


Kinston 


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Los Alamitos, Calif. 


KE, CONNIE KAYE 


Zebulon 


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Randleman 


N, JOHN WILLIAM 


Kannapolis 


PER, GRADY E„ JR. 


Washington 


PER, MARY LOUISE 


Clayton 


PER, WILLIAM G., JR. 


Raleigh 


ELAND, JASPER W. 


Franklin, Va. 


HE, CARL B. 


Elkin 


3ETT, ARTHUR GLENN 


Macclesfield 


SETT, DIANNE 


Snow Hill 


ON, MARY ANGELA 


Roanoke Rapids 


IE, ALBERT JAY, JR. 


Rose Hill 


'ELL, REBECCA ANNE 


Jacksonville 


'IE, JOAN ELIZABETH 


Princess Anne, Va. 


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Walstonburg 


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Greenville 


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Greenville 


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Waxhaw 


N, JEAN DURBIN 


Goldsboro 


rCH, BILLIE JEAN 


Chocowinity 


WFORD, DIANE ELISE 


Westwood, N.J. 


WFORD, KAY ELLEN 


Arlington, Va. 


CH, CHARLES W. 


Zebulon 


CH, JOSEPH GLENN 


Clayton 


vISHAW, LINDA ANN 


Durham 


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Selma 


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Lagrange 


TTS, STEPHEN WILEY 


Winston-Salem 


VIP, JAMES WILEY 


Mount Holly 


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Efland 


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Richfield 


IMINGS, GEORGE W. 


Atlantic Beach, Fla. 


MINGS, WILLIAM D. 


Summerfield 


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Oxford 


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Norristown, Pa. 


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Greenville 

Washington, D.C. 

Goldboro 

Fairfax, Va. 

Faison 

Columbia 


5AVES, BETTY LOUISE 
)AVID, PATRICIA LEWIS 
)AVtS. BARBARA JEAN 
JAVIS, FLORA PATRICIA 
JAVIS, LESLIE ALMON 
)AVIS, NANNIE ELIZABETH 


Durham 

Middlesex 

Rocky Mount 

Whiteville 


)AVIS, RONNIE L. 
)AVIS, SALLY ANN 
)AVIS, SANDRA TAYLOR 
JEAN, HOWARD N., JR. 
JEANS, NANCY SAUNDRA 
JEBNAM, DANNY KEITH 


Newport News, Va. 

Goldsboro 

Nashville 

Raleigh 

Sims 

Zebulon 


JEESE, MARSHA JOAN 
JEL RUSSO, ALFRED M. 
JENNIE, JOYCE FAYE 
JEWEY, CHARLES A. 
JICK, JAMES EDWARD 
JICKENS, JAMES ROBERT 


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Rockingh 


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Fayettev 


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Fort Bra 


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Ontario, Can; 


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Rocky Mou 


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Greensboro 


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Richlands 


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Graham 


EVANS, ALBERT L. 


Seoul, Korea 


EVANS, CAROLYN LOUISE 


Edenton 


EVANS, PATRICIA NELL 


Greenville 


EVANS, SARA ELIZABETH 


Raleigh 


EVERETT, WILLIAM C. 


Ayden 


EVERHART, ROBERT G. 


Lexington 


EVERSON, HELEN LAMARR 


Washington 


EVERSON, MARSHEL W. 


Washington 


FADEL, ALBERT JOSEPH 


Fayetteville 


FAIRLESS, CHARLOTTE 


Harrellsville 


FARRINGTON, C. JANE 


High Point 


FARABOW, JEANNE E. 


Fuquay Springs 


FARMER, CAROLYN MAE 


Mount Olive 


FAULKNER, CHARLEENE 


Wadesboro 


FEIMSTER, LARRY DEAN 


Mooresville 


FELTON, ELBERT P. 


Greenville 


FIELDS, CHARLES R. 


Greenville 


FINCH, RALPH ALFRED 


Sanford 


FINMAN, EDWARD DAVID 


Charlotte 


FITZGERALD, DAVID, JR. 


Norfolk, Va. 



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JNTAINE, LINDA LEE 


AltaVista, Va. 

Paterson, N.J. 

Wilson 

Four Oaks 

Clayton 

Woodsdale 


1RBES, BILLIE SUE 
)RBES, JUDITH L. 
)SS, KARLA LEE 
1STER, CHARLES DEAN 
1STER, D. MARIE 
1STER, SALLY ANN 


Farmville 
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Fort Mill, S.C. 
Advance 
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Littleton 


1WLER, MARTHA COOPER 
)WLKES, HUBERT A. 
AZIER, NANCY JEAN 
EEMAN, CORNELIA L. 
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Statesville 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Henderson 
Plymouth 
Lexington 
Pinetops 


LLERTON, MARTHA S. 
\FFNEY, JOHN J. 
ULOWAY, PATRICIA L. 
\RDNER, CLYDE BROOKS 
^RNER, JUDY GRACE 
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Greensboro 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

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Greenville 

Newport 


^RRIS, FAYE FRANCINE 
\RRIS, WILLIAM R. 
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Fort Bragg 


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Selma 


GIDDINGS, BARRY M. 


Washington 


GILBERT, LINDA GAIL 


Kinston 


GILES, BONNYE LYNN 


Fayetteville 


GILLIAM, BRIAN D. 


Alexandria, Va. 


3LOVER, MARY ELIZABETH 


Bailey 


30FORTH RONNIE LYNN 


Olin 


30INS, RALPH MICHAEL 


Durham 


300CH, CATHERINE ROSE 


New Bern 


300DNIGHT, LARRY M. 


Salisbury 


300DWIN, MARY SHEILA 


Arlington, Va. 


3OO0WIN, VERNON F. 


Fayetteville 


3OR0ON, JERRY GLENDA 


Ahoskie 


3RAHAM, KAY FRANCES 


Efland 


GREASON, SUDY KAYE 


Saint Pauls 


3REENE, BARBARA ANN 


Ayden 


3REENE, KELLY EDWARD 


Biscoe 


3REENHILL, CHARLES 


Durham 


3RIFFIN, JAMES AMBLER 


Rocky Mount 


3RIFFIN, SUSAN 


Pinetops 


3RIMSLEY, JIMMIE R. 


Wilson 


3RISSOM, DENNIS M. 


Henderson 


3RISSOM, HILDA RUTH 


Stedman 


3ROGAN, LUCY ALLEN 


Leaksville 


3ROTGEN, MARY FRANCES 


Wilmington 


3UPTON, FRANCES JEAN 


Rocky Mount 


3UTHRIE, BARBARA ANN 


Belhaven 


3UTHRIE, JEAN MALLOY 


Yanceyville 


3UTYAR, FRANCES JO 


Newton 


HADDOCK, CAROL ANN 


Grimesland 


HAGERTY, LOUIS GUY 


Greenville 


HAHN, JEFFREY CARL 


Nazareth, Pa. 


1AILEY, RICHARD BEN 


Fayetteville 


HAISLIP, ANN PERRY 


Hamilton 


HALE, GLORIA JEAN 


New Bern 


HALE, RICHARD O. 


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Rocky Mount 


HALL, JEFFREY KENNETH 


Hookerton 


HALL, PAMELA KATE 


Portsmouth, Va. 


HANDY, MICHAEL D. 


Ridgeway, Va. 


HANEY, PATRICIA JANE 


Fayetteville 


IARBIN, WALTER T. 


Greenville 


IARDEE, CONNIE ANNETTE 


Greenville 


IARDEE, MARGARET DEAN 


Enfield 


IARDISON, ALLIE LINDA 


Jamesville 


IARDY, BARBARA ANN 


Snow Hill 


IARGETT, EVA KATE 


Monroe 


IARMON, JOAN PATRICIA 


Fairfax, Va. 


IARPE, HENRY CLIFTON 


Elkin 


IARRIS, CAROLYN G. 


Greenville 


IARRIS, EMILY DOLORES 


Franklinton 


IARRIS, JOHN H. 


Weldon 


IARRIS, NANCY LEA 


Durham 


IARRIS, ROBERT T. 


Littleton 


IARRIS, SHELIA RAE 


Albemarle 


IARVEY, JAMES B. 


Littleton 


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Chapel Hill 


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Columbia 


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New York, N.Y. 




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Sale 


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Martinsvill 


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Washington 


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Fairfax 


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HOUSE, CAREY F. 
HOUSTON, PENNY GAYLE 
HOVIS, LARRY KENNETH 
HOWARD, AMANDA M. 
HOWARD, AAOLLIE E. 
HOWE, MICHAEL SHUFORD 


Moscoutah, 

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Lincoln 

Seven Spri 

Scotland N 


HOWELL, FRANCES YORK 
HOYLE, JERRY WAYNE 
HUBBARD, HILDA GRACE 
HUDGINS, TERECE C. 
HUDSON, RICHARD LANE 
HUDSON, WILLIAM M. 


Falls Church, 

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New B 

Portsmouth, 

Greensb 


HUNSUCKER, PATRICIA L. 
HUTTO, SYLVIA FAYE 
IDOL, JOHN FRANKLIN 
INGOLD, RAY VAN 
INMAN, JUDY FRANCES 
IPOCK, LINDA FAYE 


Robt 

Rocky Mo 

North Wilkesb. 

Jul 

Whitev 

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JACOB, WALTER M. 
JARVIS, OLLIE RENN 
JEFFRIES, LILLIE MAE 
JENKINS, CHARLES R. 
JENKINS, JANICE G. 
JENNINGS, LINDA SUE 


Montvale, 1 

Petersburg, 

Leaksv 

Rockingh 

Rockingr 

Portsmouth. 


JENSEN, JOANNE R. 
JERNIGAN, MARILYN LOU 
JILCOTT, CHARLES B. 
JOHNSON, BETTY JOANN 
JOHNSON, BONNIE E. 
JOHNSON, JUDY LYNN 


Green Cove Springs, 
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Madisonville, 


JOHNSON, PEGGY JOAN 


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JOHNSON, SARAH NELL 


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JOHNSON, SHIRLEY ANN 


Jamesto 


JOHNSON, WILLIAM H. 


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JOHNSTON, MARTHA G. 


Welc 


JOHNSTON, ROBERT BUNN 


Greenv 


JONES, 


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Richmond, 


JONES, 


BEVERLY DIANE 


Falls Church, 


JONES, 


DAVID JOB 


Stedrr 


JONES, 


EMMETT PARKER 


Ty, 


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Salem, N 


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Wake For 


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Swansb< 


JONES, 


MARY ALICE 


Pikev 


JONES, 


MIRIAM ALICE 


Ahos 


JONES, 


PARMALE D. 


Man' 


JORDAN 


1, JOYCE MARIE 


Sunbi 


JOYNER 


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Lewisl 


JOYNER 


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Rocky Moi 


JOYNER 


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Mount Ol 


JUSTICE 


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Jacksonv 


JUSTUS, 


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:NNEDY, PEGGY SUE 
IRLIN, ROBERT B. 
!RSY, THOMAS ACRILL 
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Charlotte 

Wilmington 

Mt. Olive 

McLean, Va. 

Springfield.Va. 

Robbins 


LUAN, PAUL W., JR. 
NARD, BETTY JOHN 
NG, COY RANDOLPH 
NG, MICHAEL BRIAN 
NG, RONALD HUGH 
RBY, KENNETH N. 


Jax, Fla. 

Pantego 

Selma 

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Dunn 


RKLAND, THURLOE L. 
RSCH, MARY DARLENE 
UTTZ, BRENDA RUTH 
vllGHT, BETTY DORIS 
■JOCH, DAVID HENRY 
vIOWLES, JUNE E. 


Pendleton 

Cherry Point 

Rockwell 

Henderson 

Arlington, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 


JONTZ, SYLVIA SUE 
!USA, ELMER LOUIS, JR. 
JNNS, RONALD DWIGHT 
JYKENDALL, JOSEPH, JR. 
>MAR, THOMAS CLYDE 
vMM, VERLA JEANETTE 


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Clifton, N.J. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 

Statesville 

New Bern 

Lucama 


vMPLEY, INA KAY 
iNDRY, FERNAND A., JR. 
vNE, ASHLEY HARTWELL 
iNGDON, BECKY LOU 
I.NGDON, CHARLENE A. 
(.RSON, WILLIAM 


Biscoe 

Charles Town, W. Va. 

Roxobel 

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Benson 

Ruthledge, Pa. 



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Greenville 


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Greenville 


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Durham 


GGETT, RICHARD C. 


Kinston 


ONARD, DEITRA MARIE 


Lexington 


iONARD, JEWELL SANDRA 


Fayetteville 


iONHARDT, RITA A. 


Cherryville 


!STER, SANDRA G. 


Fuquay Springs 


iTCHWORTH, JOHN W. 


Rocky Mount 


iTCHWORTH, THOMAS LARRY 


Kinston 


•WIS, ARTHUR G., JR. 


Leaksville 


■WIS, BARBARA LOUISE 


Charlotte 


■WIS, DONNA BELL 


Morehead City 


JWIS, MARGARET HELON 


Beaufort 


WIS, PEGGY ANN 


Statesville 


EBERMAN, NORMAN G. 


Durham 


KE, HILARY RITA 


Massapequa, N.Y. 


NEBERRY, PAUL F. 


Wilmington 


NKER, MARTIN NEEL 


Morresville 


TTLE, L. McCOTTER 


Elizabeth City 


TTLE, THELMA FAYE 


Ash 


TTLETON, TROWBRIDGE 


Middleburg 


DCKHART, CAROLYN V. 


Semora 


DEHR, JUDITH ELAINE 


Richmond, Va. 



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MALLARD, JULIA C. 


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MALLARD, MICHAEL S. 


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MALLARD, WYATT M. 


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MALONE, JOHNNIE ELIZABETH 


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MANGUM, WILLIAM T. 


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MANNING, BERTHA JANE 


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MANNING, WILLIAM N. 


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MANTOOTH, BRENDA C. 


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MARASCO, JAMES JOSEPH 


Norfolk, N 


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Winston-Salem 


MARTIN, JENNIE SUE 


Macclesfield 


MARTIN, KENNETH WAYNE 


Greensboro 


MASSEY, EARL VALIANT 


Rehoboth, Del. 


MASSEY, JO ANNE 


Princeton 


MASTIN, ROBERT F. 


Elkin 


MATLOCK, SANDRA GAIL 


Greensboro 


MAY, DONALD WAYNE 


Durham 


MAYO, FRANCES EDWARDS 


Fountain 


MAYS, MARGARET S. 


Alexandria, Va. 


McALISTER, J. L. 


Hemingway, S.C. 


McCOY, RUSSELL EDWARD 


Raleigh 


McCULLEN, MARIANA S. 


Faison 


Mcdonald, laura helen 


Simpson 


McDUFFIE, BILL 


Hamlet 


McGUFFEY, JON PHILLIP 


Kinston 


McKENZIE, MICHAEL E. 


Asheville 


McKOY, JOSEPH ELLIS 


Greenville 


McLAMB, RONALD CARLIE 


Coats 


McLEOD, BRENDA KAY 


Norman 


McLEOD, LEALON EARL 


Norman 


McMillan, ronald b. 


Rocky Mount 


McNAIRY, MARY E. 


Greensboro 


McPHAUL, JOHN WILLIAM 


Raeford 


McSHANE, MICHAEL JOHN 


Kensington, Md. 


MacDIARMID, JOHN M. 


Rocky Mount 


MEDFORD, JERRY NOYEL 


Clinton 


MEHIDI, GHAOUT 


Algeria, Africa 


MELSON, DORIS IRENE 


Clinton 


MELTZER, MARK 


Rockaway, N.Y. 


MERCER, PEGGY L. 


Lucama 


MERRITT, JAMES F. 


Wake Forest 


MERRITT, TROY C. 


Fayetteville 


MEWBORN, EVANGELINE 


La Grange 


MEWBORN, JANE B. 


Griffon 


MICHAELS, MABEL RUTH 


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MIDGETT, NANCY LYNN 
MILLER, JAMES ROBERT 
MILLER, DONALD S. 
MILLER, MARILYN VERN 
MILLER, NORA ELLEN 



MILLS, LOU JEAN 
MILLS, MARY JO 
MILTENBERGER, DEL JAY 
MITCHELL, LURAY 
MITCHELL, REBECCA 
MODLIN, WILDA JANE 



MOHLE, JUDITH ANN 
MONFALCONE, MARY SUE 
MONK, MARJORIE HELEN 
MOORE, BETTY LYNN 
MOORE, CLIFTON G., JR. 
MOORE, DEXTER G. 



MOOSE, LINDA GAIL 
MORGAN, GAYLE SUE 
MORGAN, WILLIAM T. 
MORRIS, JANET GAYLE 
MORRIS, LINDA GAYLE 
MORRIS, ROSS ANN 



MORRIS, SHARON FAYE 
MORRIS, SHEILA JANE 
MORRISON, JAMES WILLIAM 
MOSS, JAMES HOWARD 
MULL, GARY RAY 
MUMFORD, PATRICK W. 



MURPHY, LAWRENCE W. 
NAVEY, BEVERLY CRAIG 
NAYLOR, DORIS LYNN 
NAYLOR, LARRY FELTON 
NEBLETT, LESLIE M. 
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Vice-President - Emily Rich 

Secretary Patricia Arant 

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Griftc 


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New Be. 


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Chapel Hi 


NEWMAN, SARA FRANCES 


Whitevil 1 


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Raleig 


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Durha 


NIXON, ANNIE RUTH 


Edentc 


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Grimeslan 


NORRIS, BRENDA GYA 


Dun 


NORRIS, LARRY GENE 


Dun 


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Fountai 


NUTT, SANDRA KAYE 


Durhai 


NYLANDER, JUDITH K. 


Richmond, V< 


OAKLEY, SARA E. 


Greenvill 


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Ahoski 


OGBURN, JOY LEE 


Willow Spring 


OLIVER, JOYCE G. 


Clinto 


O'NEAL, ERICK WOODY 


Cropt, Vi 


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Falls Church, Vi 


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Princeto 


OWENS, RUFUS DALTON 


Greenvill 


PADGETT, DIANA GAIL 


Ashevil 


PATRICK, BARBARA GAIL 


Jacksonvil 


PAHL, MARGARET SUE 


Autryvill 


PAINTER, JOAN E. 


Grahar 


PAKE, SANDRA JO 


Beaufoi 


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Fayettevill 


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Milwauke 


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Greenville 


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Raleigh 


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Rocky Mount 


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Candor 


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Scotland Neck 


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Snow Hill 


PATRICK, ALTON R. 


Roanoke Rapids 


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New Orleans, La. 


PAUL, RICHARD S. 


Greenville 


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Greenville 


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Franklinton 


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Greensboro 


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Greenville 


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Durham 


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Fort Bragg 


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Lumberton 


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Rocky Mount 


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Greenville 


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Lexington 


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Gretna, Va. 


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Windsor 


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Fremont 


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Oak City 


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Beaufort 


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Selfridge, Mich. 


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Hampton, Va. 


POWELL, JOAN ELLEN 


Alexandria, Va. 


POWERS, ETHEL JO 


Raleigh 


PRESLEY, RONNIE D. 


Belmont 


PRESSER, LANA KAYE 


Greenville 


PRESTON, GLORIA DIANE 


Stokesdale 


PRICE, JOSEPH MANNING 


Seaford, Del. 


PRIDGEN, ANN M. 


Lagrange 


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Farmingdale, N. Y. 


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Stantonsburg 


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Valdese 



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Rocky Mount 


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Charlotte 


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Rocky Mount 


IALEY, SHEARIN DANIEL 


Washington, D.C. 


IAMSEY, DAN HUGHES 


Gastoma 


iAMSEY, HARRY STEVEN 


Shelby 


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Clayton 


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Hampton, Va. 


iAYFIELD, HUBERT E„ JR. 


Wadesboro 


iAYNOR, JAMES R., JR. 


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!EADE, BETSY 


Durham 


!EDD, SARA VIRGINIAN 


Maysville 


1EECE, MARY JANE 


Jonesville 


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Southern Pines 


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New Castle, Del. 


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Jacksonville 


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Pink Hill 


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Raleigh 


IHONEY, GERALDINE E. 


Hickory 


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Kinston 


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Zebulon 


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Wilmington 


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Durham 


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Davidson 


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Hyde Park, N. Y. 


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HARPE, SUSAN BLAIR 


Washington, D.C. 


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Southern Pines 


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Whiteville 


HEARIN, DAN McRAE 


Whitakers 


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Wake Forest 


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Atlantic Beach 


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Nags Head 


HERMAN, GEORGE 1. 


High Point 


EGFIELD, JUDITH W. 


Hampton, Va. 


GMON, JOYCE HARVEY 


Roanoke, Va, 


GMON, JOYCE HARVEY 


Roanoke, Va. 


ZER, SHARON ANN 


Suffolk, Va. 


KINNER, CORONEL C. 


Greensboro 


LATTERY, CAROL JEAN 


Alexandria, Va. 


MALL, ALICE FREEMAN 


Roper 


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Elizabeth City 


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Fayetteville 


MITH, BARRY LEE 


Nazareth, Pa. 


MITH, BRENDA SUE 


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Springfield 


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Goldsboro 


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Goldsboro 


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Kinston 


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Greenville 


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Fayetteville 


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Raleigh 


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Greensboro 


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Albemarle 


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Robersonville 


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Bethesda, Md. 


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Kinston 


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Virgilina, Va. 


STEWART, CLARENCE H. 


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STEWART, NORMAN S. 


Salem, N.J. 


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Wilson 


STOCKS, BRENDA ALLEEN 


Havelock 


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Greenville 


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Reidsville 


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Goldsboro 


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Louisburg 


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Goldsboro 


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Rockville, Md. 


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Silver Spring, Md. 


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Greenville 


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Charlotte 


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Rahway, N.J. 


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Stokesdale 


'AUGHN, JANICE GAIL 


Valdese 


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Jacksonville 


VADE, MACK 


Goldsboro 


VADSWORTH, ELIZABETH 


McLean, Va. 


VALL, MALINDA CAROLE 




VALTER, LEA LOUISE 


Elizabeth City 


VARD, CAROLYN PARKER 


Whitakers 


VARD, FOYE EMMETT 


Durham 


VARING, PATRICIA C. 


Richmond, Va. 


VARNER, JAMES RICHARD 


New Bern 


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Robersonville 


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Plymouth 


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Belmont 


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Oxford 


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Fairfax, Va. 


WEBB, ROSA GAIL 


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WEINSTEIN, STUART B. 


Washington, D.C. 


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Charlotte 


WELLS, CARROLL L. 


Semora 


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Charlotte 


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Manteo 


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Kernersville 


WESTER, CATHERINE L. 


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Durham 


WHICHARD, JANET ANN 


Greenville 


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Statesville 


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Manns Harbor 


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Washington 


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Robersonville 


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Tarboro 


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Rocky Mount 


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Albemarle 


WHITLEY, MARGARET E. 


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Greenville 


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Burlington 


WIEGNER, GEORGE M. 


Haddonfield, N.J. 


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BAINES, THOMAS O. 


Enfield 


BAKER, BETTY L. 


Washington 


BAKER, ETHEL 1. 


Farmville 


BAKER, MICHAEL S. 


Tipton, Ind. 


BALDWIN, HARRY L. 


Liberty 


BALDWIN, VICKI A. 


Burlington 


BALLANCE, CAROLYN E. 


Morehead City 


BARBER, JOSEPH C. 


Portsmouth, Va. 


BAREFOOT, FRANCES M. 


Four Oaks 


BAREFOOT, JUDY E. 


Newton Grove 


BARGER, DONALD S. 


Burlington 


BARKER, TRENA A. 


Walstonburg 


BARNES, JEAN D. 


Wade 


BARRETT, ALICE E. 


Jackson 


BARRIER, REBA A. 


Mount Pleasant 


BARRINGER, MARY J. 


Burlington 


BARROW, BARBARA A. 


Snow Hill 


BARTLETT, MARTHA B. 


Bowden 


BARTLEY, WILLIAM S. 


Hubert 


BARTS, DARRELL J. 


Yanceyville 


BARWICK, DELEON W. 


Kinston 


BASNIGHT, EUGENE H. 


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BEAL, JULIA C. 


Goldsboro 


BEAMAN, PATRICIA C. 


Stantonsburg 


BEAMON, MARGARET V 


Suffolk, Va. 


BEAMON, WILLIAM P. 


Farmville 


BECHT, SUSAN E. 


Concord 


BEESON, LINDA G. 


Thomasville 


BELL, SYLVIA J. 


Rocky Mount 


BEMIS, WILLIAM Y. 


Robersonville 


BENDER, BARBARA B. 


Pollocksville 


BENNETT, BARBARA S. 


New Bern 


BEN, URI SHLOMI 


Ontario, Canada 


BERINI, DANTE C. 


Durham 


BERNARD, ELIZABETH 


Fayetteville 


BERNSTEIN, IRIS R. 


Greensboro 


BERRY, BONNIE G. 


Fay 


BEST, BRENDA F. 


Goldsboro 


BIGGS, SARA C. 


Hickory 


BIRD, ROBERT F. 


Asheboro 


BISHOP, JANE E. 


Bath 


BLACK, LINDA J. 


Pinehurst 


BLACKMAN, CLARA J. 


Dudley 


BLANCHARD, BENJAMIN 


Georgetown, S.C. 


BLANCHARD, LENNIE R. " Hobbsville 


BLANCHARD, STEVEN 


Raleigh 


BLAND, MARTHA O. 


Greenville 


BLAND, REBECCA S. 


Willard 


BLOODWORTH, ALEXANDER Durham 


BLOUNT, GWENDOLYN 1 


M. Jamesville 


BLOW, GEORGE E. 


New Bern 


BLUE, JOHN W. 


Richmond, Va. 


BOLEJACK, DON P. 


Pittsboro 


BOLEY, ZOE E. 


Bethesda, Md. 



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DNNER, FREDERICK 
DONE, PATRICIA A. 
OST, WALTER L. 
OSTIC, WALTER E. 
DTTOMS, MYRA A. 



3URNE, EMMA G. 


Raleigh 


DVARD, WALTER B. Virg 


inia Beach, Va. 


DWEN, HUBERT M. 


Ayden 


DWEN, PATRICIA K. 


Plymouth 


3WERS, DOUGLAS B. 


Graham 


DWMAN, BETTY S. 


Lexington 


DYD, REBECCA J. 


Goldsboro 


iABBLE, DIANA F. 


Edenton 


iACEY, CONNER H. 


Rowland 


5ADLEY, MARY L. 


Fayetteville 


5ADLEY, SYLVIA D. 


Raleigh 


JANCH, ALICE V. 


Goldsboro 


?ANN, LORRAINE W. 


Snow Hill 


2ASWELL, CURTIS E. 


Charlotte 



iAXTON, ROBERT LEON 
ilDGERS, DIANA L. 
?IGHT, MARY C. 
ilLEY, BETTY J. 
!ITT, LEONARD E. 
<ITT, REBECCA A. 
(ITT, SANDRA 



Mebane 

Claxton 

Raleigh 

Greenville 

Princeton 

>unt Olive 

Lumberton 





As an introduction to college life, the class of 1967 
came to the campus in groups of an average of 150 
during the summer. They were taken on tours of the 
campus including the J. Y. Joyner Library. Miss Wal- 
ker informed the newcomers on how to use the peri- 
odical references. In addition, they were given place- 
ment and personality tests. 



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BRITTON, BRENDA C. 


Lewisto 


BRITTON, JOSEPH B. 


Lewistoi 


BROADHURST, JANET C. 


Wilsoi 


BROADHURST, MARY E. 


Mount Olivi 


BROOKS, LORA C. 


Durhan 


BROOKS, SHEILA A. 


Fayettevilli 


BROWN, DAVID A. 


Youngsvill. 


BROWN, DWAYNE A. 


Spart, 


BROWN, ELIZABETH B. 


Tarborc 


BROWN, L. M., JR. 


Lynchburg, Va 


BROWN, MARY J. 


Hobbsvilh 


BROWN, PATRICIA J. 


Rocky Poin 


BROWN, ROBERT C. Roanoke Rapid 


BROWN, THOMAS E. 


Greenvilli 


BRYAN, JAMES W. 


Hobgoo 


BRYANT, WILLIAM C. 


Windso 


BUCHHOLZ, EDWARD T. 


Arlington, V< 


BUCK, ELBERT T. 


Wintervill 


BUCKNER, CHESTER N. 


Ashevill 


BULLA, ROBERT F. 


Ashebon 


BULLARD, LINDA N. 


Lumber Bridg 


BULLOCK, JIMMIE N. 


Fairmon 


BULLOCK, ROBERT W. 


Rocky Mour 


BULLUCK, JUDY K. 


Williamstoi 


BUMGARDNER, JOHN M. 


Charlott 


BUNCH, ARNOLD W. 


Edentoi 


BUNN, RUSSELL D. 


Goldsbor* 


BURKE, JOHN V. 


Jacksonville 


BURNS, ELIZABETH A. 


Pittsbon 


BURROUGHS, CANDACE B 


Bridgetoi 


BURTON, P. JANE 


High Poin 


BURTON, WILLIE M. 


Greenvill 


BUTLER, CHARLES K. Cha 


rlottesville, V; 


BUTLER, JENNIFER C. 


Wallac 


BYNUM, CATHERINE E. 


Iron Statioi 


BYRD, HAZEL 


Dum 


BYRD, FRANKLIN D. 


Fayettevill 


BYRD, JULIA F. 


Coleraii 


BYRD, RETHA FAYE 


Coat 


BYRNE, RICHARD L. 


Fayettevill 


BYRUM, HOWARD M. 


Charlott. 


CALDER, LEROY A. 


Albemarli 


CALDWELL, ANTHONY S. 


Mooresvil 


CALHOUN, BRENDA G. 


GreenviH 


CAMP, JAMES C. 


Pittsbor 


CAMPBELL, MARTHA E. 


Rocky Mour 


CAMPBELL, MARY E. 


Oxfor 


CAMPBELL, PATRICIA A. 


Burlingtc 


CAMPBELL, RICHARD E. 


Danville, V. 



ANNADY, WILLIAM M., JR. Oxford 
ANNON, INA S. Grimesland 

ARNEY, RASIL W. Williamsburg, Va. 
ARPENTER, JOHN R. Charlotte 

ARPENTER, MARY J. Newport News, Va. 
ARPENTER, NED P. Gastonia 

ARR, VIRGINIA S. Dudley 



ARRAWAY, JOSEPH 
ARTER, BRENDA H. 
ARTER, CAROL J. 
ARTER, PARKER W. 
ARVER, MARIE E. 
ASALE, WAYNE C. 
ASEY, PHILLIP H„ J 



ASH, SONDRA L. Franklinton 

ASHION, JAMES Mooresville 

ASSIDY, JOSEPH P. Lynbrook, N.Y. 

ATES, CAROLYN A. Belhaven 

ATES, MARGARET N. Burlington 

AUDEL, RICHARD L. Charlotte 

HAMBERS, MARTHA J. Winston-Salem 



HAPMAN, PATRICIA J. Waxhaw 

HAPMAN, REBECCA F. Charlotte 

HAPPELL, ELLEN D. Burlington 

HEROFF, RICHARD P. 
HERRY, BETTY L. 
HERRY, JANET A. 
HESSON, MARY O. 



HESSON, MICHAEL N. Creswell 

HRISTENBURY, JUDY M. Fayetteville 

-IURCH, GEOFFREY N. Prince George, Va. 
HURCH, RANDY G. Millers Creek 

NTORA, FELiCIDAD Caraca, Venezuela 
.ARK, FRANCES J. Everetts 

.ARK, IVEY S. Warrenton 



LARK, MARY E. Statesville 

LARK, RAY C. Greensboro 

LARK, RUBY J. Oxford 

LEGG, ELEANOR J. Sanford 

DBLE, MICHAEL J. Durham 

DCHRAN, F. W., JR. Greensboro 

DCKMAN, JAMES E. Rockingham 



DGDELL, WM. D. New Castle, Del. 

HE, DELORES A. Kinston 

3LE, LENA C. Fountain 

HE, SUSAN I. Wrightstown, N.J. 

3LLINS, GLYN E. Fayetteville 

3LLINS, JUDITH A. Wake Forest 
3LSTON, WILLIAM H. Roanoke Rapids 



DLTRAIN, LINDA J. Williamston 

3MER, WAYNE D. Goldsboro 

3NNELL, JOSEPH S., JR. Raleigh 

>NRAD, VIRGINIA D. Charlotte 
)OKE, RODGER M. Roanoke Rapids 

)OPER, GEORGE B., JR. Salemburg 

>OPER, JOHN S„ III Goldsboro 



DPPEDGE, JOHN H., Ill Portsmouth, Va. 

DRBETT, DOUGLAS R. Goldsboro 

DRREA, LESSIE Piura, Peru 
5RTESE, RICHARD A. Washington, D.C. 

DTTEN, JERRY W. Moncure 

3TTEN, ROGER C. Greensboro 

5ULTER, MARY L. Badin 



DX, CORNELIA I. Clayton 

DX, JACK H. Greenville 

DX, SAMUEL H. Goldsboro 

iABTREE, MARTHA A. Roughment 

(AFT, MICHAEL L. Federalsburg, Mo. 

!ANE, PETER Fayettsville 
iAWFORD, WILLIAM F., JR. Mebane 




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iISP, BETTY LOU Pinetops 

!OLL, NANCY JANE Federalsburg, Md. 
iOMARTIE, JAMES H. Charlotte 

(OOM, FRANCES ELAINE Trenton 



!OSS, CAROL JEAN Charlotte 

iOWELL, WILLIAM Norfolk, Va. 

(UTCHFIELD, RICHARD Kernersville 

JLPEPPER, VICTORIA Portsmouth, Va. 

JNINGHAM, SIDNEY Winston-Salem 

IRRIN, GLENDA FAYE Angier 

IRRIN, PHYLLIS Henderson 



JRRIN, SANDRA 
5,LE, WILLIAM M. 
UY, EDWARD J. 
UTON, PAMELA 
JiNlEL, DARRYL T 
0.NIELS, CANDACE 
\NIELS, WILLIAM 






Philadelphia, Pa. 

Greensboro 

Rocky Mount 



kRK, LOIS ELAINE 
\UGHTERY, CAROLYN 
WENPORT, ANDREW 
WEY, ANN 

WIDSON, TONDRA C 
WIS, ARCHIE C. 
WIS, DIANE M. 



Sanford 

Four Oaks 

Rocky Mount 

Fayetteville 



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DAVIS, DORIS ANN 


Whiteville 


DAVIS,' GEORGIA E. 


Four Oak; 


DAVIS, KATHERINE 


Faisor 


DAVIS, LYLA DALE 


Columbi, 


DAVIS, MARY LEIGH 


Smithfielc 


DAVIS, SUSAN L. 


Mount Air; 


DAVIS, WILLIAM R. 


Bladenborc 


DAVIS, WILLIAM S. 


Warrentor 


DAWSON, ROGER W. 


Charlottf 


DAY, SANDRA J. 


Oxforc 


DEAL, JACKIE W. 


Pinetop! 


DEAL, MADELINE E. 


Farmvilll 


DEAL, WILLIAM F. 


Statesvilli 


DEAN, FLORA ANN 


Lillingtoi 


DEATON, ELIZABETH 


Mooresvillc 


DEGRANGE, DAVID C. 


Elliott City, Md 


DELLINGER, JANIS L. 


Stanle; 


DELMET, DARLENE Cherry Hill, N.J 


DENNIS, CHRISTOPHER 


Swansbon 


DERRICKSON, VIVIAN 


Sellyville, Del 


DICKENS, JUDY ANN 


Rocky Moun 


DICKENS, WILLIAM I. 


Wilsor 


DILDA, KENNETH W. 


Fountait 


DILDY, LOUIS T. 


Wilsot 


DIXON, JACKIE BENNETT 


Smithfieli 


DODD, WILLIAM C. 


Raleigl 


DODSON, THOMAS A. 


Kinstor 


DOLLAR, BARRY J. 


Grahan 


DORMAN, LARRY W. 


Raleigl 


DOUGHTIE, JOAN L. 


Holland, Va 


DRIVER, CHARLES M. 


Landi 


DUPPERRUT, CHRISTINE 


Switzerlan< 


DUCKETT, WILLIAM P. 


Washingtoi 


DUKE, JOEL T. 


Hendersot 


DUNCAN, ROBERT T. 


Raleigl 



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Greenvill 


DUNN, JENNIE S. 


Henderso 


DUNN, MARGARET A. 


Zebulo 


EADIE, JOAN G. Fa 


rmingdale, N.Y 


EARNHARDT, LINDA K. 


Concorc 


EASON, BRENDA C. 


Macclesfielc 


EASTERLING, SUDIE F. 


Rowlanc 


EDGERTON, CAROL F. 


Greensbort 


EDWARDS, BRENDA E. 


Ayde 


EDWARDS, GLENDA A. 


Sanforc 


EDWARDS, JOSEPH C. 


Rocky Moun 


EDWARDS, LISTON G. 


Goldsbor 


EDWARDS, SANDRA R. 


Selm 


EDWARDS, STANLEY E. 


Washingto 


EDWARDS, TANA F. 


Merrit 


EFLAND, DONALD C. 


Eflanc 


EFLAND, MADISON L. 


Eflan 


EISELE, MARY F. 


Statesvill 


ELLINGTON, CATHERINE 


Burlingto 


ELLIOTT, CHARLES 


Haveloc 


ELLIS, MARGARET A. 


Greenvill 


ELLIS, WILLIAM A. 


Arlington, Va 


ELMORE, WILLIAM E. 


Kinstor 


EMBLER, JOE F. 


Asheville 


EMORY, CHRISTINE S. 


New Berr 


ENGLISH, ALINDA L. 


Warsaw 


ENNIS, WAYNE L. 


Durharr 


ERDMAN, LYNN L. 


Fayettevilk 



Freshmen 



ESHAM, DAVID E. 




Ocracooke 


"SSER, MARIAN 




Raleigh 


EUBANKS, LINWOOD G 




Trenton 


EURE, JACQUELYN P. 




Gates 


EVANS, AUDREY K. 




Durham 


EVANS, BETSY L. 




Merry Hill 


EVANS, CRYSTAL L. 




Sha Notre 


VANS, OMEGA F. 




Wallace 


EVANS, SUSAN W. 




Edenton 


WELL, GRACE L. 




Greenville 


AIRLESS, BRENDA R. 




Colerain 


ALLS, IDA JANE 


Be 


sermer City 


ANN, SANDRA L. 




Salemburg 


ARR, SUSAN E. 


A 


rlington, Va. 


ARTHING, MICHELE 


P. 


Goldsboro 


EDDEMAN, WILLIAM K. 


Wash 


ington, D.C. 


ELTON, LARRY L. 




Eure 


ENNELL, MARY M. 




Rocky Point 


ERGUSON, DOROTHY R. 


Lemon Springs 


ERRELL, LENNIS F. 




Weldon 


ERRIS, LINDA P. 




Belhaven 


INCHER, EARLE L. 




Apex. 


ITZGERALD, DOUGLAS 




Wilson 


ITZGERALD, MARSHALL Williamsburg 


OGARTY, MICHAEL L. 


Ale) 


andria, Va. 


OGLEMAN, HARRIETTE 




Graham 


OLEY, JONATHAN W 




Greenville 


OOS, GAIL E. 




Smithfield 


ORBES, VERNON M. 




Burlington 


ORD, AMNA A. 




Fayetteville 


ORREST, KAY 1. 




Vanceboro 


OSTER, BETTY J. North 


Wilkesboro 


RANKLIN, JAMES T. 




Raleigh 


RANKLIN, LINDA L. 




Raleigh 


RANKS, MARY C. 




Ayden 



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FRAZIER, 


DAVID C. 




Raleigh 


FREEMAN 


, CATHERINE 


A. 


Randlemat 


FREUDIG, 


FRANK F. 


W 


inston-Salen 


FRITZ, IVEY U. 




Goldsborc 


FRYE, DANIEL W. 




Greensbon 


FRYE, DONALD G. 




Carthagi 


FULLER, . 


JOHN P. 


Virginia 


Beach, Ve 


FUSSELL, 


LINDA C. 




Clintor 


FUSSELL, 


ROBIN L. 




Wintervill. 


GAGLIARDI, RONALD 


A. 


Greensborc 


GARRETT, 


MARY E. 




Wilmingtoi 


GARRIS, 


EILEEN H. 




Greerwill, 


GATLING 


, FRANK P. 


Spr 


ingfield, Ve 


G ATT IS, ' 


WILLIAM H. 




Bynun 


GAYNOR, 


BEVERLY J. 




Greenvilli 


GELMAN, 


JEFFREY W. 


Ocea 


nside, N.Y 


GENTRY, 


LINDA C. 


Wrigh! 


sville Bead 


GENTRY, 


MARY A. 




Kinc 


GIFFORD, 


RICHARD O. 


Hyatt, Mo 


GILLIAM, 


ANNE S. 




Durharr 


GILLIS, 


WILLIAM J. 




Fayettevillt 



GODFREY, EDWARD E. 


Moyock 


GOINS, SHERRY G. 


High Point 


GOODING, EVA M. 


Elizabeth City 


GOODMAN, ROBERT A. 


Manassas, Va. 


GOODSON, ELWOOD 


Mount Olive 


GOODWIN, PHILIP D. 


Clinton 


GORE, LINDA L. 


Clarendon 


GOTTSCHALK, DONNA S. 


Warrenton 


GOULD, LINDSEY M. 


Raleigh 


GRAHAM, GARY C. 


Greensboro 


GRAHAM, JANICE R. 


Greensboro 


GRALICK, JOSEPH A. Maple Shade N.J. 


GRANT, LINWOOD H. 


Kinston 


GRAY, CLARA A. 


Jacksonville 


GRAY, JOANNE Fa 


lis Church, Va. 


GRAY, JOHN T Pleasant Garden 


GRAY, MERICE A. 


Newport 


GRAY, SANDRA L. 


Durham 


GREEN, LISA 


Norfolk, Va. 


GREEN, WILLIAM L. 


Greenville 


GREENWAY, DENNIS C. 


Henderson 


GREGORY, DAVID B. 


Shawboro 


GRESH, EDWARD L. 


Raleigh 


GRIFFIN, BARBARA L. 


Monroe 


GRIFFIN, CAROL E. 


Fairmont 


GRIFFIN, CAROLYN J. 


Edenton 


GRIFFIN, REBECCA F. 


Washington 


GRIFFIN, SUSAN C. 


Hendersonville 


GRIFFIN, WILLIAM B. 


Durham 


GRIMES, CHURCHILL B. 


Washington 


GRIMSHAW, SUZAN J. 


Rockingham 


GRISSOM, CHARLES E. 


Henderson 


GROSS, RONALD M. Fai 


■mingdale, N.Y. 


GROVE, LAWRENCE E. 


Arlington, Va. 


GUARINO, FRANK V. Fai 


•mingdale, N.Y. 


GUIN, MARY N. 


Thomasville 


GULLEY, THOMAS L. 


Tarboro 


GUPTON, JOYCE A. 


Hollister 


GURGANUS, MARCIA A. 


Greenville 


GURGANUS, WILLIAM M. 


Snow Hill 


GURLEY, JAMES C. 


New Bern 


GUSTAFSON, CAROL A. 


WiUiamston 



Freshmen 



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President, 

Linda Franklin; Treasurer, My 



COTTEN HALL OFFICERS 
Broadhurst; Vice President, Sylvia Bradley; Secretary. 



WOMAN'S HALL OFFICERS 
>n; Vice President, Marjorie 
\ugusta Tetterton; SGA Sen 



Susan Becht, 



GUTBERLET, MICHAEL J. 
GUTHRIE, CARL C. 
GUY, JOHN ALVA 
GWIN, MARY G. 
GWYNN, MICHAEL B. 
HAPDOCK, LINDA F. 
HADLEY, HOWARD F. 



HALES, JAMES H. 
HALL, LYNDA L. 
HALL, ROBERT L. 
HALL, THELMA K. 
HAMILTON, MICHAEL So 
HAMMOND, RODNEY Vt 
HAMPTON, WARREN C. 



Norfolk, Va. 
Jacksonville 
Charlotte 
Burlington 
Salisbury 
Hookerton 
Greenville 



Reidsville 

Winterville 

Annandale, Va. 

Youngsville 

ners Point, N.J. 

Coinieck 



HAMRICK, WALTER T. Shelby 

HANCOCK, CHARLES S. Beaufort 

HAND, JAMES W. Alexis 

HANSEN, DONALD W. Lake Forest, III 

HANSEN, LINDA R. Hartford, Conn 

HANSEN, WALFRED J. New Bern 

HARDEE, DANIEL E. Greenville 



HARDISON, CLIFTON 
HARDISON, NEAL F. 
HARPER, JOE J. 
HARRELL, CHARLIE 
HARRELL, RALPH E. 
HARRELL, SANDRA F 
HARRELL, SHIRLEY J. 



HARRINGTON, JAMES 
HARRINGTON, MARION 
HARRIS, CARLTON W. 
HARRIS, CAROLYN J. 
HARRIS, DOLORES R. 
HARRIS, DONALD C. 
HARRIS, HARVEY 



HARRIS, MARSHA K. 
HARRIS, SARAH E. 
HARRIS, SHELLEY S. 
HARRISON, CHESTER F. 
HARRISON, JOHN L. 
HARRISON, ROBERT E. 
HARRISON, WILLIAM 



Seven Springs 

Deep Run 

Whitakers 

Tarboro 

Kenly 

Macclesfield 

Colerain 



Greenville 

van Quarter 

Greenville 

Fayetteville 
impton, Va. 










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HART, BETTY A. 
HARTSELL, HARRIET 
HARVEY, FRANKIE K. 
HASKINS, RICHARD D. 
HASTE, JUDY A. 
HAWKINS, JOHN O. 
HAYWOOD, LEON S. 



HAYWORTH, CHARLOTTE 
HEALY, CLARENCE V. 
HEARNE, SARA LOUISE 
HEATH, CHARLES L. 
HECKMAN, GEORGE H. 
HEDGECOCK, RICHARD T. 
HEILIG, JOHN L. 



Raleigh 
Edenton 
Mebane 
Robbins 



Graham 

Kernersville 

Salisbury 



Raleigh 
Rocky Mount 




HELMS, JANE A. 

HELMS, NANCY A. 

HEMRICK, MARTHA H. Kinston 

HENDLEY, MARY G. Wadesboro 

HENDRICKS, GARLAND C. Wake Forest 

HENDRICKS, W. F. Richmond, Va. 

HENDRIX, JUDY G. Hickory 



HENDRIX, MICHAEL C. Asheville 

HENRETTA, DAVID Williamsburg, Va. 

HENRY, MARILYNN L. Plainfield, N.J. 

HENRY, SARA V. Rockingham 

HENSON, DIANE E. Conover 

HERNDON, SIDNEY M. Bynum 

HERRING, VARO E. Mount Olive 



HICKEY, THOMAS D. South Boston, Va. 

HICKS, DAVID L. Alexandria, Va. 

HICKS, DONNA L. New Bern 

HIGNITE, RONALD E. Greenville 

HILDERBRAND, CATHY Biscoe 

HILL, JIMMY S. Ridgeway, Va. 

HILLIARD, CAROLYN Zebulon 



Air Force Band Presents 




HINES, JANE 
HOBBS, ADA B. 
HOBBS, JOYCELYN R. 
HOBGOOD, REBECCA S. 
HOGG, OADLEY W. 
HOLCOMB, SANDRA G. 
HOLLINGSWORTH, ROGER 



Kinston 

Newton Grove 

Hertford 

Durham 

Gloucester, Va. 

Cycle 

Greenville 




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HOLLOMAN, JOSEPH J. Ahoskie 

HOLMES, REBECCA H. San Antonio, Tex. 

HOLOMAN, DOROTHY L. Raleigh 

HOLT, EDWINA F. Princeton 

HOLT, JAMES I. Greenville 

HOLTON, JANICE Winston-Salem 

HOMESLEY, SAMUEL Cherryville 



HONEYCUTT, CAROL A. 
HOUSE, TRILLIS G. 
HOWARD, THOMAS R. 
HOWARD, TIFFANY C. 
HOWERTON, OVELIA K. 
HOWETT, KATHRYN E. 
HRUSLINSKI, ELEANOR 



Lexington 

Greenville 

Wilson 

Durham 

Winston-Salem 

Burlington 



HUDGINS, EDWARD Newport Nev, 

HUDSON, BYRON A. Richmon 

HUGHES, PATRICIA L. C 

HUGHSON, DIANE L. Lancast 

HULIN, GARY W. Asl 

HUMPHREY, CHARLES R. Arlingto 

HUMPHREY, THOMAS A. I 



HUNNICUTT, ETTA P. 


Durham 


HUNNIECUTT, JOSEPH W 


Bethel 


HUNNING, EDE GAYLE 


Greenville 


HUNT, MAMIE LOUISE 


Oxford 


HUNTER, FRANCES L. 


Elizabeth City 


HUSSEY, DOROTHY A. 


West End 


HUX, ALBERT R. 


Roanoke Rapids 


ILES, CARRIE EMMA 


Littleton 


IPOCK, INA FAYE 


New Bern 


IPOCK, PEGGY E. 


Greenville 


IACKSON, ANNE P. 


Kinston 


JACKSON, CHARLES W. 


Greenville 


JACKSON, EMMA J. 


Autryville 


JACKSON, GLORIA J. 


Petersburg, Va. 


JACKSON, JANIS RAE 


Langley, Va. 


JACKSON, MACK D. 


Jackson 


JACKSON, PATRICIA L. 


Dunn 


JACKSON, PEGGY E. 


Greenville 


JACKSON, VIRGINIA E. 


Rocky Mount 


JAMES, LUCY B. 


Raleigh 


JANES, MARGARET LEE 


Flushing, N.Y. 


IASCHECK, SUSAN L. 


Oradell, N.J. 


JASTREMSKI, LYNLEE 


Baltimore, Md. 


JENKINS, ALBERTA 


Jacksonville 


JENNESS, MICHAEL 


Camp Lejeune 


IOHNSON, DAVID R. 


Chadbourn 


JOHNSON, DORIS G. 


Greensboro 


JOHNSON, FRANCES K. 


Grifton 


JOHNSON, JANIE L. 


Portsmouth, Va. 


JOHNSON, MARY L. 


Morganton 


JOHNSON, MELVA ROSE 


Harrells 


JOHNSON, RICHARD A. 


Fuquay 


JOHNSTON, COUGLAS A. 


Greenville 


JOHNSTON, FRANKLIN B 


Edenton 


JONES, CAROLYN R. 


New York, N.Y. 



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JONES, DANIEL I 

JONES, GLENN F. 

JONES, JAMES E. 

JONES, JANE A. 

JONES, JULIE T. 

(JONES, KAY F. 

JONES, RICHARD 



JONES, SUE T. 

JOYCE, CHARLES W 

JOYNER, MARGARET 

JOYNER, MARY C. 

lOYNER, THURMAN 

JOYNER, WILLIAM B. 

JOYNER, WILLIAM H. 



IURIN, PAULA ANN 
CATSORHIS, KERRY 
CAYLOR, JENNESS L. 
<EEL, LINDA LEE 
CEEN, BRENDA L. 
CEFFER, JANE P. 
jCELLER, LAUREN C. 



<ELLEY, FRANCES t 
(ELLY, GLENDA C. 
CENNEDY, JOYCE C. 
CERR, MARJORIE A. 



Jacksonville 

Leaksville 

Rich Square 

Rocky Mount 

Ayder. 

Plymouth 



Hickoi 
Jacksonvil 
Mount OIK 



Hickory 

Lillington 

Enfield 

Hopewell, Va. 



ONCAID, BILLY FOREST Greensborc 

CING, LINDA H. Kinston 

<ING, PHYLLIS A. Southern Pines 




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KING, WALTER C. 
KINZIE, MICHAEL A. 
KIRKMAN, ROBERT L. 
KIVETT, BARBARA B. 
KLINGMAN, GLENDA L 
KNIGHT, JANICE G. 
KNOTT, MARY ANN 



KOONCE, JOHN E. 
KORNEGAY, MARION 
KORNEGAY, SARAH P. 
LAMBERT, SHARON H. 
LAMBETH, BEN AVERY 
LAMBETH, PATRICIA A. 
LAMOUREUX, WESLEY 



LANCASTER, DIANE M. 
LAND, JAN ELAINE 
LANDSPERGER, WALTER 
LANE, PATRICIA 
LANGDON, WALTER T. 
LANIER, MARTHA J. 
LANIER, SYLVIA J. 



Bessemer Cit) 

Bridgewater, Va 

Brown Summi 

Asheborc 

Raleigl 

Hampton, Va 

Wendel 



Asheville 

Princetor 

Goldsbort 

Newtor 

Lumbertor 

Thomasvilli 

Cherry Poin 



Pmetop: 

Taylorsville 

J. Greensborc 

Rockville, Mo 

Four Oak; 

Asheborc 

Maple Hill 



Hootenanny Entertains During Orientation. 



LAPP, NANCY L. 
LASLEY, MARGARET I 
LEE, DAVID S. 
LEE, MARGARET A. 
LEE, ROBERT EARL 
LEE, VIRGINIA 
LEGGETT, VIRGINIA C. 



LEGGETTE, LINDA H. 
LEONARD, LUTHER G. 
LEONHARD, MARY E. 
LESTER, CHARLES M. 
LESTER, WILLIAM E. 
LESTER, JAMES E. 
LETCHWORTH, D. A. 



LEVINE, ROBERT R, 
LEUPP, JUDITH LYNN 
LEVY, MILDRED E. 
LEWIS, BRENDA A. 
LEWIS, JAMES D. 
LEWIS, SARA LEE 
LEWIS, TOLA E. 



LEWIS, VICKIE C. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM E. 

LILLEY, VELSA B. 
LITCHFIELD, I, B. 

LITTLE, BRENDA L. 

LITTLE, HELEN CAROL 

LITTLE, LINDA SUE 



LITTLE, MICHAEL C. 
LITTLE, STEVEN C. 
LITTLETON, GERALD W. 
LLOYD, JOHN T. 
LOMAX, ELIZABETH C. 
LONG, MICHAEL 
LONG, REBECCA A. 



LORD, DALE SUSAN 
LOVE, LYNDA GAYE 
LOVE, NORMA C. 
LOX, KAREN ANNE 
LUCAS, ALICE DEAN 
LUPTON, BETSY A. 
LUPTON, ROY H. 



Dbersonville 
Louisburg 



Canto 

Hyde Park, N." 

Winston-Salei 

Laurel Hi 

Thomasvil 




Wil 



High Point 

Goldsboro 

Bath 

Washington 

Charlotte 



Mo." 



Durham 
Greenville 
Goldsboro 



Raleigh 
Kinston 
Sanford 
Roanoke, Va. 
Halifax 
Havelock 



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440 



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LUTON, MATTIE Y. 


Elizabeth City 


LYNCH, BARBARA B. 


Petersburg, Va, 


LYNCH, CAROLYN A. 


Selma 


LYNCH, JEAN G. 


Cameron 


LYTTLE, JAMES R. 


McLean, Va, 


MADDREY, BARBARA A. 


Havelock 


MAGILL, PATRICIA E. 


Kinston 


MAGILL, DONNIE L. 


Cherry Point 


MALINSKY, MICHAEL A. 


Lumberton 


MALLARD, KATHRYN H. 


Smithfield 


MANNING, DAVID A. 


New Bern 


MARMORATO, ANNE L. 


Burlington 


MARSHALL, CAROLYN B. 


Portsmouth, Va. 


MARSTON, FRANK C. 


Kinston 


MARTIN, CHARLES G. 


Roxboro 


MARTIN, KAREN L. 


Greenville 


MARTIN, PHILLIP W. 


Elkin 


MASENCUP, NORMA D. 


Winston-Salem 


MASSENGILL, JUDY A. 


Fayetteville 


MASSEY, CAROLYN W. 


Goldsboro 


MASTERS, NANCY A. 


New Bern 


MATTHEWS, JANET C. 


Durham 


MATTHEWS, MARY D. 


Wade 


MATTHEWS, WANDA L 


Havelock 


MAUS, JAMES E. 


Reidsville 


MAYO, LOUISE C. 


Clayton 


McCHESNEY, JAMES D. 


Williamston 


McCLEES, CELIA M. 


Williamston 


McCLENNY, MARIE D. 


Goldsboro 


McCLOY, STEVEN R. 


High Point 


McCLURE, JAMES H. 


Bath 


McCORQUODALE, DONALD Greensboro 


McCOTTER, CHARLES J. 


Bayboro 


McCUISTON, JACKIE L. 


Burlington 


McCULLEN, FOREST G. 


Topsail Beach 


McCULLEN, GEORGE W. 


Clinton 


McDADE, JOAN W. 


Fayetteville 


Mcdonald, john b. 


Wake Forest 


McGEE, JERRY L. 


Winston-Salem 


McGHEE, E. C. Newport News, Va. 


McGROARTY, JOEY A. 


Goldsboro 


McKAY, DAVID H. 


Broadway 



Freshmen 



SLAY HALL OFFICERS 

President Georgia O'Cain 

Vice-President Loretta Foster 

Secretary Linda Jo Andrews 

Treasurer Shirley Thompson 









♦£**££! 
£*££&*£ 



President Gives Tea for Freshmen. 



McKEE, MARTHA J. 


Greensboro 


McKEE, ROBERT S. 


Lumberton 


McKELVEY, CHARLES R. 


High Point 


McKENNA, PETER J. 


Dumont, N.J. 


McLAMB, GEORGE T. 


Burlington 


McLEAN, MARY H. 


Gastonia 


McMAHAN, WAYNE H. 


Hickory 


McMICHAEL, CHARLOTTE 


Durham 


McPHERSON, HARRY G. 


Camden 


McRAE, ELIZABETH E. 


Maxton 


MEADOWS, MARY ALICE 


Maysviile 


MEADOWS, TERRY E. 


Hubert 


MEDDING, JEAN S. 


Fort Bragg 


MEDLIN, THOMAS E. 


Durham 


MELTON, PAUL D. 


Greensboro 


MELTON, WOODROW D 


Hubert 


MERCER, JUDY F. 


Jacksonville 


MERCER, SARAH V. 


Hamlet 


MERRITT, TERRY LEE 


Fayetteville 


METCALFE, SUELLEN 


Arlington, Va. 


MEWBORN, ADDIE E. 


Seven Springs 


MICHAUX, JOSEPHINE D. 


Greensboro 


MIDKIFF, LYNN E. 


New River 


MILLER, BONNIE M. 


Stedman 


MILLER, CAROL E. 


New Bern 


MILLER, CHARLES E. 


Maxton 


MILLER, GERALD R. 


Plymouth 


MILLER, JOHN G. 


Edgewater, Mo. 


MILLER, LESLIE E. 


Washington 


MILLER, LINDA D. 


Clinton 


MILLER, NORMAN W. 


Alexandria, Va. 


MILLS, JOSHUA W. 


Chocowinity 


MITCHELL, GEORGE 


Charlotte 


MITCHELL, GRACE 


Shelby 


MODLIN, EDDIE H. 


Jamesville 



MOORE, BENJAMIN 
MOORE, JAKIE F. 
MOORE, JAMES G. 
MOORE, KATE H. 
MOORE, LINDA J. 
MOORE, MARY B. 
MOORE, MARY E. 



MOORE, RICHARD A. 
MOORE, SARA N. 
MORGAN, BETTY F. 
MORGAN, DONNA L. 
MORRIS, MAX S. 
MORRISETTE, SUSAN 
MORTON, MICHAEL 



MOZINGO, RANDALL 
MUELLER, JONATHAN 
MULLALY, CHARLES F. 
MULLEN, REBECCA A. 
MULLICAN, JOHN A. 
MULLINS, WALTER E. 
MUMFORD, EMMA 



MUNFORD, JOHN W. 
MURPHY, PATRICIA S. 
MURPHY, ROSE S. 
MUZINICH, JOANNA 
NANCE, MARY C. 
NASH, CLAUDIA M. 
NEELY, FULTON R. 



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Alexandria, Va. 



Alexandria, Va. 



Winston-Salem 



Lynchburg, Va. 




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NEELY, PATRICIA A. 


Statesville 


NEESE, RONALD H. 


Mebane 


NELMS, CHANDLER C. 


Hampton, Va. 


NELSON, ANNE B. 


Rocky Mount 


NELSON, WALLACE V. 


Wagram 


NEWMAN, EMMA L. 


Hubert 


NEWMAN, JAMES B. 


Greenville 


NEWSOME, GARY K. 


Whiteville 


NEWTON, DOROTHY L. 


Farmville 


NICHOLS, ELIZABETH A 


Greenville 


NICHOLS, FRANCES O. 


Durham 


NICHOLSON, J. E. 


Raleigh 


NOE, JOHN E. Guanti 


inamo Bay, Cuba 


NORRIS, PERRY W. 


Durham 


O'BRIANT, ADELIA L. 


Durham 


O'BRIEN, JAMES T. 


Attleboro, Mass. 


ODDO, PATRICIA L. 


Goldsboro 


ODEN, LINDA 


Pinetown 


ODHAM, PAMELA G. 


Griffon 


ODOM, JANICE E. 


Saint Pauls 


OLDHAM, BRENDA M. 


Sanford 


OLIVE, SARA P. 


Winterville 


OLIVER, BRAXTON S. 


New Bern 


OLIVER, THOMAS C. 


Hickory 


OLSEN, RICHARD P. 


Belle Mead, N.J. 


OSTEEN, JULIA G. 


Asheboro 


OSSWALD, ROBERT L. 


Greenville 


OTT, BETTY J, Moorefield, W. Va. 


OUTLAND, PEGGY D. 


Weldon 


OUGH, BARBARA A. 


Havelock 


OWENS, DORIS G. 


Washington 


OWENS, EUGENIA E. 


Charlotte 


PADGETT, LARRY M. 


Maple Hill 


PAGE, CAROL A. 


Columbus 


PAIT, JULIA A. 


Bladenboro 



Freshmen 



PALMER, JAMES C. 
PARKER, MELBA J. 
PARKER, MURRAY M. 
'ARKER, WOODARD 
PARKS, JOSEPH C. 
PARKS, SHARON E. 
'ARRISH, CHESTER F. 



Annandale, Va. 

Benson 

Ahoskie 

Rocky Mount 

Greensboro 

Gastonia 

Erni City 




■ARRISH, RONALD T. 
'ARSONS, CHERYL E. 
'ASQUARIELLO, DANIEL Pate 
■ATE, JAMES H. 
'ATTERSON, RONALD C. 
"ATTERSON, TIMOTHY C. 



Lucama 
Roseboro 



■EARCE, CAROL 



EARCE, JUDY R. 
EELE, DOUGLAS T. 
ENNY, REBECCA J. 
ERDUE, JOHN H. 
ERKINS, ANN C. 
ERKINS, GERALD H. 
ERKINSON, JAMES 



Richmond, Va. 



Youngsville 

Ahoskie 

Rocky Mount 

Salisbury, Md. 

Portsmouth, Va. 






ERKINSON, ROBERT 
ERRY, JOAN G. 
ERRY, WILLIAM R. 
ETERSON, JOSEPH L. 
FAFF, HOWARD R. 
HELPS, CHARLES E. 
HILLIPS, ALICE A. 



Iton, Va. 
Littleton 



Raleigh 
Windsor 
Raleigh 
/ilmington 
Asheville 
Windsor 
Raleigh 




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UMSTEAD HALL OFFICERS 
WEST WING 

President ._ Carolyn Lynch 

Vice-President - - Lisa Green 

Secretary ... __.. Ann Bumes 

Treasurer . Patricia Arnold 



Freshmen 




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PHILLIPS, DORIS K. 
PHILLIPS, JANE C. 
PHILLIPS, LYNN C. 
PICKETT, LARRY S. 
PIETUSZKA, JOHN B. 
PIGOTT, ELIZABETH 
PITCHI, ARMEONIA 



Franklir 



Va. 



Durham 

Wilmington, Del. 

S. Gloucester 

:. Smithfield 



Rocky Mount 



PITT, GAYE W. 

PITTMAN, IRVING K. Selma 

PITTMAN, GURNEY E. Micro 

PITTMAN, IVEY H. Selma 

PIVER, JOAN C. Hampstead 
PLUTA, LEON J. Murray Hill, N.J. 

POLLARD, DELPHIA B. Cameron 



POLLARD, PAULA F. 
POOLE, ALICE C. 
POPE, MARILYN C. 
POPE, WILLIAM P. 
PORTER, BERTHA C. 
POWELL, JOHN G. 
POWELL, ROBERT L 



Greenville 
Durham 



POYTHRESS, DAN S. 




Raleigh 


PRATT, CHARLES F. 




Wilmington 


PRESCOTT, DONALD R 




Kernersville 


PREWETT, STEVEN V. 




Greenville 


PRICE, CAROLYN D. 




Williamston 


PRICE, FRANCES G. 




Durham 


PRICE, HENRY J. 




Selma 


PRICE, KATHLEEN J. 




Monroe 


PRITCHARD, JOHN R. 




Henderson 


PRITCHETT, W. W. V 


irginic 


i Beach, Va. 


PRIVETTE, PHILLIP 




Zebulon 


PUETT, MARGARET A. 




Dallas 


PULLIAM, DORIS D. 


Winston-Salem 


PURCELL, SEAN F. 




Grimesland 


PYNE, NEIL L. 




Charlotte 


QUALLS, ORVILLE P. 




Hollister 


QUINLIVAN, MICHAEL 


Pe 


nsacola, Fla. 


QUINN, MICHAEL L. 




Gastonia 


QUINN, ROBERT W. 




Newport 


QUINONES, EDWARD 


Washi 


ngton, D.C. 


RABON, NAN N. 




Chadbourn 


RADFORD, FRANCIS C. 




Greenville 


RAMSEUR, FRANKLIN 


Cai 


up Lejeune 


RANES, WESSE C. 


Willia 


-nsburg, Vs. 


RANKIN, NANCY L. 




Salisbmy 


RATCLIFF, JOHN L. 




Panteco 


RAWLS, JOHN 




Cakron, Va. 


REAVIS, MYRA J. 




Warrentcn 



EDFERN, G. CARRLEETA 


Albemarle 


EGISTER, PATRICIA A. 


Cove City 


EID, TIMOTHY W. 


Rockingham 


EIFFIN, SUSAN R. 


Winston-Salem 


EYNOLDS, GEORGE R. 


Ellerbe 


HODES, SUSAN J. 


Fleetwood, Pa 


HODES, WALTER C. 


Williamston 


HUE, BARBARA G. 


Swansboro 


CE, FRANK L. 


Sunbury 


CHARDSON, CECELIA 


Charlotte 


CHARDSON, MARY J. 


Statesville 


CHARDSON, RUBY J. 


Mayodan 


DEOUT, CLAIRE, E. 


Mebane 


GGSBEE, WADE H. 


Henderson 


GSBEE, ARNOLD W. 


Chapel Hill 


LEY, MARSHIA M. 


Rocky Mount 


MME, FRANCES L. 


Hurdle Mills 


PPARD, JOSEPH D. 


Clearwater, Fla. 


SHER, MARY L. Myrtle Beach, S.C. 


OBBINS, EVERETTE 


Lenoir 


OBERSON, JAMES O. 


Williamston 


OBERTS, BOBBY E. 


Willow Springs 


OBERTS, HERMAN C. 


Lansing 


OBERTS, SARAH E. 


Newport 


OBERTSON, JOAN L. 


Winston-Salem 


OBESON, LAURIE R. 


White Oak 


OBINSON, EMILY R. 


Gastonia 


OEBUCK, WILLIAM F. 


Stokes 


OGERS, PHYLLIS K. 


Sanford 


OGERS, WILLIAM J. 


Warrenton 


OLL, GEORGE F. 


Durham 


OSE, JERRY G. 


Princeton 


OSEMAN, PAUL M. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


OSS, PATRICIA A. 


Greenville 


OSS, PHYLLIS D. 


Grimesland 


OSSER, MARY C. 


Whitakers 


OWE, CYNTHIA L. 


Mount Olive 


OWELL, SIBBY J. 


Charlotte 


OWLAND, MARY E. 


Falls Church, Va. 


UBLEIN, WALTER J. 


Holly Ridge 


UDE, RAYMOND C. 


Asheboro 


UDISILL, MICHAEL D. 


Rockwell 




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Freshmen 



UMSTEAD HALL OFFICERS 

EAST WING 

President Helen Holmes 

Vice-President Patsy Wooten 

Secretary Barbara Maddry 

Senator Martha McKee 



445 



RUFFIN, EARLE S. Ahoskie 

RUGERS, MICHAEL A. McLean, Va. 

RUSH, REBECCA J. Sanford 

RYNEARSON, ROBERT Arlington, Va- 

RYAN, MICHAEL P. Strasburg, Va. 

SAFRIT, RICHARD W. Salisbury 

SAMUELS, BARBARA Paramus, N.J. 



SANDERSON, GARY D. Seven Springs 

SANFORD, LINDA Oxford 

SASSER, NANCY W. New Bern 

SATCHELL, LOU E. Easton, Md. 

SATTERFIELD, CARLIE S. Graham 
SAUERBIER, ROSEMARY T. Cherry Point 

SAUNDERS, JANE D. New London 



SAUNDERS, MARY R. Burgaw 

SAWYER, LESLIE P. Virginia Beach, Va. 
SCAFF, BARBARA A. Moyock 

SCARBOROUGH, MARIE Zebulen 

SCHRUM, PAUL M. Manassas, Va. 

SCHWAB, JANET A. Garden City, N.Y. 

SCOTT, JAMES R. Hobgood 



SEALEY, CLAUDE R. Reidsville 

SEAMANS, WILLIAM T. Kinston 

SEARS, JUNE F. Raleigh 

SELF, CAROL ANN Burlington 

SELF, WILLIAM D. Durham 

SELSOR, BARBARA J. Goldsboro 
SEMONES, JANET H. Hillsville, Va. 



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SEWARD, STEVEN Roosevelt, N.Y. 

SEYMORE, ROSE M. Kinston 

SHANDS, RONALD Henderson 

SHARPE, LINDA F. Washington, D.C. 

SHAVER, JACQUELYN Wadesboro 

SHAW, CLYDE T. Asheboro 

SHAW, PAUL E. Charlotte 



SHEARIN, EARL C. Rocky Mount 

SHEARIN, GAE Rocky Mount 

SHEARIN, LUCIUS A. Roanoke Rapids 
SHEFFER, CAREL A. Carlisle, Pa. 

SHELL, JAMES A. Roxboro 

SHELTON, FREDRICK Newport News, Va. 
SHERWOOD, PAMELA J. McLean, Va. 



SHIPP, VIRGINIA H. Clintor 

SHORT, WADE B. Hendersor 

SHOWFETY, FREDA Greensboro 

SIMMONS, ALMERIA M. Elen College 

SIMMONS, BETTY A. Greenville 

SIMMONS, DONALD K. Goldsboro 

SIMONS, HOWARD M. Aberdeen, Md. 






SIMPSON, WILBUR G. 
SIMS, BEVERLY E. 
SIMS, GAYLE D. 
SKILES, MARIAN D. 
SLEZAK, THEODORE 
SLOAN, MARY V. 
SMITH, BARRY L. 



SMITH, BRENDA L. Greenville 

SMITH, CHARLES Durham 

SMITH, EMILY B. Greenville 

SMITH, GAIL C. Rocky Mount 

SMITH, GENE S. Vanceboro 

SMITH, GERALD G. Haw River 

SMITH, GLENDA J. Perry, Fla. 



/?o/e5 as Campus Leaders. 

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SMITH, 


GRADY E. 


Lumberton 


SMITH, 


JACK B. 


Wilson 


SMITH, 


JAMES L. 


Mocksville 


SMITH, 


JOSEPH S. 


Conway 


SMITH, 


LANNIS E. 


Kenly 


SMITH, 


LINDA C. 


Kinston 


SMITH, 


LYNN D. 


Burlington 


SMITH, 


MARY F. 


Raleigh 


SMITH, 


MILTON R, 


Garland 


SMITH, 


MIRIAM E. 


Mount Holly 


SMITH, 


PAMELA L. 


Elm City 


SMITH, 


SALLY A. 


Nashville 


SMITH, 


SANDRA L. 


Salemburg 


SNITEMAN, STEPHEN B. 


Staunton, Va. 


SOUTH, 


ARLENE S. 


Hatteras 


SOUTHARD, LELIA A. 


Durham 


SPEAS, 


RAY R. 


Smithfield 


SPEIGHT, JOHN L. 


Greenville 


SPELL, 


CAROLYN R. 


Fayetteville 


STACKHOUSE, BRENDA 


Graham 


STAFFORD, SARAH C. 


Charlotte 


STANCIL, BERTHA L. 


Greenville 


STANCIL, JAMES G. 


Wilson 


STANLEY, PHYLLIS K. 


Clarendon 


STANTON, JANICE R. 


Winfall 


STAPLES 


, DENNIS S. 


Laurinburg 


STEADM 


AN, JUDITH C 


Williamston 


STEED, 


WILLIAM P. 


Robbins 



STEELE, RITCHIE D. Waxhaw 

3TEIN, PHILIP A. Alexandria, Va. 

STEPHENS, DONNA L. Ayden 

STEPHENSON, G. E. Springs Willow 
STEPHENSON, JANE P. Newport News, Va. 

STEWART, DONALD A. Sanford 

STOKES, ELLA G. Stokes 



'JOKES, MARION B. 
STONE, SUSAN A. 
'.TOUT, DOUGLAS R. Virgi, 
'.TOWE, DONNA L. 
STUCKEY, RUFUS D. Bis 
r.TUTTS, BARNEY W. 
jUGGS, JUDITH A. 



.ULLIVAN, LINDA F. 
•UMNER, BRENDA V 
iURLES, HUGH S. 
UTHERLAND, DIANA 
■UTTON, JERRY D. 
UTTON, JUDITH A. 
UTTON, SANDRA R. 



WINDELL, MARY A. Cary 

'■WINDELL, THELMA K. Leaksville 

WINSON, ALLEN S. Dudley 
WINSON, BARBARA J. Rocky Mount 

YKES, MARSON W. Weldon 
YKES, PATRICIA A. Portsmouth, Va. 

♦ALBERT, WILLIAM H. Atlantic Beach 



ALLMAN, EDWARD B. 
ALLON, ROBERT M. 
ARLETON, FRANCES G. 
ASSIN, JAMES S 
ATUM, SUSAN E. 
mOR, FREDDIE L. 
<\YLOR, JAMES H. 





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TAYLOR, JANE E. 
TAYLOR, SUSAN G. 
TEEL, BENNIE E. 
TEEL, JUDITH A. 
TEER, ROBERT D. 
TEMPLE, LANDON S. 
TEMPLES, RODGER D. 



TERPENNING, MARSHA 
TERRELL, WILLIAM I. 
TETTERTON, AUGUSTA 
TEU, MARY M. 
THAGARD, LEONARD W 
THIGPEN, WILLIE 
THOMAS, ASONIA 



Sanford 

Rocky Mount 

Greenville 

« York, N.Y. 



Ahoskie 

Washington 

Arlington, Va. 

Fay 



THOMAS, STEPHEN A. 
THOMASON, DONNA D. E 
THOMPSON, BENJAMIN 
THORNE, THOMAS STAN 
THREATT, NANCY A. 
TILTON, JOHN G. 
TIMBERLAKE, MARILYN J. 



TINSLEY, LORA SUE 
TOSTO, EDWIN E. 
TOWNSEND, HENRY K. 
TROUTMAN, ROBERT L. 
TRUITT, ROBERT E. 
TUCKER, SARA M. 
TUCKER, WANDA E. 



TUNNELL, VIRGINIA 
TURLINGTON, ROBERT O 
TURNER, CHARLES M. 
TURNER, HUBERT M. 
TWITTY, TOMMY E. 
TYNDALL, LANA SUE 
TYNDALL, WILLIAM K. 



ULLMAN, ANNETTE R. 
UPTON, BELL L. 
UTSEY, TINA D. 
VALENTINE, NANCY 
VAN BUREN, PATTI 
VANDIFORD, HUGHLENE 
VEASEY, SAMUEL 



Hende 



Fayetteville 

Pikeville 

Youngsville 



abeth City 
Clinton 
Durham 



Bethesda, Md 

Rockingham 

Wilmington 

Marshallberg 

Roanoke, Va. 

Stokes 

Creedmoor 







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VENTERS, ROLAND V. 
VINCENT, CHARLES f 
VIVERETTE, JAMES 
WADE, JOHN R. 
WADE, REBECCA S. 
WADE, REBECCA S. 



WALKER, CHERYL D. 
WALKER, JOHN L. 
WALKER, PATSY I. 
WALKER, SANDRA Y. 
WALL, CARL B. 
WALL, PAUL R. 
WALLACE LESLIE E, 



WALLER, THOMAS D. 
WALTERS, EARL M. 
WALTON, LOUIS 
WARFFORD, DAVID L. 
WASHBURN, JOHN S. 
WASILE, STEPHANIE A. 



Carthage 
Henderson 
Wildwood 
Greensborc 



Norfolk, Va. 



East Bend 
Washington 



Durham 

Durham 

Gaston i 

Arlington, Vi 

Winston-Salen 

Ashland, V? 

Washington, D.^ 



ATKINS, GARY D. 


Durham 


ATSON, ELIZABETH 


Rowland 


EBB, BENJAMIN 


Morehead City 


lEBER, JOHN C. 


Pennsauken, N. J. 


Ieeks, SANDARA 


Tarboro 


'EEKS, STEPHEN 


Asheboro 


EIDMAN, RONALD 


Gadsden, Ala. 


ELCH, GLORIA 


Varina 


ELDON, DIANA 


Louisburg 


ELLS, GERRY 


Nashville 


ELLS, JEFFREY 


McLean, Va. 


ELLS, ROBERT 


Petersburg, Va. 


EST, JENNIFER JOY 


Kinston 


EST, PATRICIA ANNE 


Burlington 


ETHERINGTON, BARBARA Chesapeake, 




Va. 


HALEY, TIMOTHY 


Chinquapin 


HEELER, JAMES 


Wilson 


HEELER, JULIA DOW 


Whiteville 


HITE, BASIL D. 


Raeford 


HITE, GAIL 


South Mills 


HITE, GLORIA 


Belmont 


HITE, JOSEPH 


Lumberton 


HITE, LINDA 


Cove City 


HITE, MILDRED 


Roper 


HITE, WILLIE O. 


New Bern 


HITEHURST, BETTY 


Oxford 


'HITEHUR-ST, MARSHA 


Goldsboro 


'HITEMAN, ANNIE 


Edenton 


'HITFIELD, BARBARA 


Greenville 


'HITFORD, CHARLES 


New Bern 


'HITTEN, RICHARD 


Henderson 


TLKINSON, MARGOT 


Durham 


'ILLETT, SUSAN 


China Grcve 


ILLIAMS, BOBBY 


Greenville 


ILLIAMS, DAVID 


Merritt 


ILLIAMS, ELIZABETH 


Spencer 


ILLIAMS, GEORGE 


Gates 


ILLIAMS, MACKIE 


Apex 


ILLIAMS, WAYNE 


Fayetteville 


ILLIAMSON, FLOYD 


Wilson 



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In a democracy, the government is in the hands of 
the people. Such is the case on this college campus. 
The freshmen early learn that they must choose their 
own officers; therefore, the class elections take place 
in October. In the first election, a small minority of 
the freshmen went to the polls. For the run-off election 
and after a "Meet Your Candidate Meeting," three 
times the original number voted. Carole White helped 
with the operation of the polls during the busy day. 



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WILLIAMSON, GERALD 


Arlington, Va 


WILLIAMSON, MARY 


Clintor 


WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN 


Graham 


WILLIFORD, PATTIE 


Windsor 


WILLIS, EVERETT 


Davis 


WILLIS, JULIA 


New Bern 


WILSON, BILLIE GRAY 


Rowland 


WILSON, CAROL 


Trafford, Pa. 


WILSON, EARL CLINTON 


Wake Forest 


WILSON, FLORENCE 


Mount Olive 


WILSON, LINDA 


Bainbridge Mo. 


WINDHAM, CHARLOTTE 


Burlington 


WINDLEY, JOSEPH 


Pantego 


WINDLEY, LOUISA 


Williamston 


WINDOM, SONDRA LEA 


Farmville 


WINFIELD, GEORGIA 


Pantego 


WINSTEAD, BETTY LYNN 


Wilson 


WINSTEAD, JANICE 


Durham 


WISHART, JOHN 


Lumberton 


WITTER, LINDA MAY 


Raleigh 


WOMACK, SARAH 


Greensboro 


WOMBLE, ANDREW 


Hampton, Va. 


WOODWARD, JOHN 


Pendleton 


WOODARD, LYNN CAROL 


Conway 


WOODARD, RACHEL 


Whiteville 


WOODRUFF, DAVID 


New Bern 


WOOTEN, PATSY 


Clinton 


WOOTEN, TIMOTHY 


Maccesfield 


WORSLEY, BRAXTON 


Tarboro 


WORTHINGTON, CHARLOTTE Greenville 


WRENN, KATHRYN 


Greensboro 


WRENN, MARY IVA 


Franklinton 


WRIGHT, JOSEPH 


Greensboro 


WRIGHT, LOY STEPHEN 


Rocky Mount 


WRIGHT, McKINLEY Nev 


/port News, Va. 


WYNNE, HARRIETT 


Williamston 


WYNNE, JAMES 


Greenville 


YEZIERSKI, JULIE ANN 


Camp Lejeune 


YOPP, SARAH ANN 


Charlotte 


YOUMANS, WILLIAM 


Washington 


YOUNG, JOYCE 


High Point 


YOUNG, KATHERINE 


Angier 


YOUNG, REBEKAH 


Farmville 


YOUNG, VIRGINIA 


Charlotte 


YOW, ROBERT 


Sanford 


ZEPUL, ANITA 


Annandale, Va. 


ZICKLER, SANDRA 


High Point 


ZISMAN, MICHAEL 


Arlington, Va. 




Faculty — Administrative Index 











McDaniels, Jesse 

McGrath, Harold 

McGrath, Virginia 

Mailman, Martin 

Mailman, Mary 

Mandel, Jacob 

Mann, Sallie 

Marshall, Julia 

Martelle, Gerald 

Martin, George 

Martin, William 

Martinez, Inez 

Mottheis, Floyd 


269 

269 

289 

292 

292 

297 

287 

297 

278 

277 

271 

295 

.... 299 


Ste 
Ste 
Ste 
Ste 

Sti 
Sto 
Sir 
Str 
Sir 

To 






Adorns Francis 


272 

272 


Ebbs, John 

Edens, Ruby 

Edmiston, Robert 

Ellen, John 

Ellis, Lena 

Evons, B.llie 

Everett, Grover 

Everett. Nell 

Faris, Don 

Farnhom, Emily 

Fernandez, Manolita 

Finch, Alton 


271 

272 

... 268 
267 
281 
268 

. . . . 287 
298 
272 
281 

298 

267 

275 

281 

268 






Adorns Louise 
















296 

271 

281 

281 




Allen, Benjamin 






Arwood, Frank 






Bachman, Joseph 


















Boker Joy 


290 

12 






Barrel! Agnes 






Batten, Sara 

Beach, Earl 


271 

287 

292 


lor, Mrs. G. A 








Tharrington, Betsy 




Mims, Thomas 


293 

267 


To 
To 

Uz 
Vo 
Vo 
Wc 
Wc 








mas, David 




Bell, Sadie 


268 

2B3 

284 


Fleming. Ellen 

Fralick, JoAnn 

Fuller, Frank 

Gantt, Robert 


289 
275 

272 

271 

278 


Carol 






278 


d R- h 




Bing, Kenneth 


MoJiin, Ruth 

Moore, C. G 

Moore, Mirian 


271 

283 

267 


Eleono 




Bizzell, Alma 


P 1 




Bliss, Ruby 


296 


■nsend Frank 






Donald 






278 

268 

298 

268 


German, Howard 

German, Sharon 

Goodman, Mary 

Gordley, Marilyn 

Gordley, Tron 

Grate, William 

Gray, Wellington 

Griffin. Mary 

Grigsby. Lois 

Gross, Dowyer 

Hageard, Poul 

Higwood, Thomas 

Hall, Mobel 

Hanchrew, Joseph 


272 

272 

296 

272 

267 

267 

268 

272 

267 

272 
295 
272 

300 

289 
284 

283 

268 




Borthwick, Don 

Boyelte, Joseph 

Brandon, Dorothy 


ker James 










Murad, A red 








y ' . 








W r Bob 




sanl, Henry 




Brewster, L. F 


281 

271 

284 

295 

281 

268 


Myers, Christine 

Nopp. R. R 


269 

300 




Brimley, Ralph 


Idro Bonne 




Broodhurst, Frederick 

Broadhurst, Ruth 

Brown, Wyatt 

Browning, Elmer 


Idrop, Paul 

Iker, Elizobeth 




Neel, Francis 


267 




nT| n Edward 




nderman Henry 




N h 1 J m 




Wond.r inn R.llv 




Bullord, Harold 


278 

295 




271 


We 


E 








271 












ase, James 






298 






Weigond, George 

Welborn, Odell . .. 




Byrd Larry 














P hi H rb rl 








268 

275 

283 

272 


Hon, Carol 

Hart, William 

Hassell, Ruby 

Hawthorne. Nancy 

Helms, R. M 


268 

290 

268 

268 

272 

287 

299 

299 


h 1 M 




W 
Wc 


ite Byron 




C E T 


Pasli Georq'e 


281 


„e, Gladys 




Cannon, Margaret 

Caraway, Hermine 




277 








te Kolher ne 






267 












301 




272 






















295 


' ^ 




helm Holmes 






272 


lioms Lee 






271 

292 

292 

271 

302 

292 

268 




279 








Hill, Somuel 

Hiortsvong. Carl 

Hogan, Gay 


269 

292 
278 




.... 272 






Carter, Robert 










Prewett, Clinton 


297 




Chambliss, Thomas 


son, Darrell 








271 


Roy. Douglas 

Read, Floyd 


302 

299 

.... 283 




Che, Byung 










H J h 










Howell. W, W 

Ingram, Margaret 

Irens, C. F 

Jackson, Bernard 

Jacobsen, Leon 

Jacobson, Nanene 

Jarratt, Ingeborg 

Jeffreys, Donald 

Jenkins. Antoinette 


269 

271 

16 
271 

267 
. . . . 267 

269 

292 

299 

272 




... 279 


1 n Don 




Clarke, John 

Clork, Joseph 

Clay, Faye 


296 

16 

272 










Reynolds, Charles 


299 

14 






Reynolds, Lena 


302 










Coll, Edna 


275 


R Da - 


16 








Cook, George 


272 

292 


R 9 | t R Vnd 


14 




12/ ^KJ.| 




Cox, Ruth 


Rutherford, Thomas 

Scott, B. E. ■ 


299 

284 










Crenshaw, Marguerite 

Crickmore, Vivian 

Cripps, George 


287 

287 

292 


Jones, Ray 

Jorgensen, Nephi 

Kelsey, Clarence 

Kidd, Elbert 

Kilpatr.ck. Rachel 

Knight, Clifford 

Knight, George 

Kuhlman, Kenneth 

Lombie. Ruth 

LeConle. J. N 

Ledbetter, Gorman 

Leith, Robert 

Loessin, Edgor 

Lunday, T. E 


289 

271 
269 

278 
. .. . 284 
290 

272 

299 

292 

290 

300 

290 

..... 283 
287 

269 
299 

299 
269 

284 
302 

269 

277 

299 




Saunders, Frank 

Shank, Barry 

Shaw, Ruth 


289 

293 

293 

293 

283 










Daniels, John 

Daughfery, Patricia 


289 

298 

289 




Daughtery, Stella 


Sheppard, Moses 

Simpson, Donald 

Smiley, Wendell 

Smith, Jane 


299 

290 

287 

287 










Dovis, Vera 

Debter, Ouida 

Dempsey. Audrey 


289 

268 

268 




Sorensen, Frederick 


272 




Derrick, Mildred 


289 

26B 




Dewar, Thadys 


Speight, Francis 

Stopleton, Hazel 


267 

297 




Dixon, James 


301 

283 

292 

13 

292 

268 






Stewart, Leland 

Steele, Ralph 


279 

271 

29» 

279 




Drake, Elizabeth 

Duncan, F. D 

Durham, Edmund 




Bill Raynor rings the victo 


y be 



452 



Organizations Index 



Alpha Delta Pi .... 

Alpha Epsilon Pi . 

Alpha Omicron PI 

Alpha Phi 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Alpha Psi Omega . 

Alpha Xi Delia ... 

ACE 

Baptist Student Unic 
Broadcasting Guild . 
Canterbury 

Chapel Choir .... 

Chi Beta Phi 

Chi Omega 

College Orchestra . 
College Singers ... 

College Union 

Concert Choir 

Delta Ph. Delta 

Delta Sigma P. 
Delta Zeta 



Epsilon Pi Tau 

Gamma Theto Upsiloi 
Home Economics Clu 
Industrial Arts Club 
Kappa Alpha Order . 

Kappa Delta 

King Youth Fellowship. 
Lambda Chi Alpha . 

Library Club 

Lutheran Association 
Marching Bond . . . . 
Mathematics Club 
Men's Glee Club ... 
Modern Dance Club 
Notional Designers . . 

Opera Workshop 

Phi Beta Lambda .. 

Phi Epsilon Kappa 

Phi Kappa Tau 

Phi Mu Alpha 

Phi Omicron 

Phi Sigma Pi 




Student Index 



iforms us that all of the 



—A— 

Aon, Barbora J 430 

Abbey, Simeon A. Jr 430 

Abbott, Linville F 388 

Abene, Michele A 430 

Abernothy, Donno M 410 

Abernethy. Jane M 430 

Abernethy. Kathryn A 430 

Abner, Carolyn L 388 

Adams, Carolyn L 410 

Adams, Carroll T 430 

Adams, Douglas E 410 

Adams, Herbert R 410 

Adams, Joon L 430 

Adams, John M 388 

Adams, Thomas N. Ill 430 

Adams, V.vion 334 

Adcock, Edna R 334 

Adkins, Margaret A 334 

Adler, Louis F 334 

Aiken, Julio M 430 

Ainsfield, Irwin J 388 

Albertson, Linda C 334 

Albright, Johnny F. Jr 388 

Albritton, Evelyn 1 334 

Alcock, Guy W 430 

Alderson, Josephine C 410 

Aldridge, Carol E 334 

Aldridge, John M 388 

Aldridge, John T 430 

Aldridge, John W 430 

Alexander, Mary S 410 

Alford, Gienda R. ....'...'..'..'..'.'.'.'.. 388 

Alford, Stephen V 388 

Alford, Winnie E 334 

Alkazin, David M 410 

Allen, Albert G 388 

Allen, Alice J 410 

Allen, Anne F 330 

Allen, Barbara A 388 

Allen, Betty S 410 

Allen! Buell T. '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 388 

Allen, Carolyn A 430 

Allen, Jerold W 430 

Allen, Jonathan C 430 

Allen, Joseph M. Ill 388 

Allen, Margaret A 388 

Allen, Michael W 430 

Allen, Robert D 410 

Allen, Russell E 410 

Allen, Susan K 388 

Allen, Warren K 334 

Allgood, Koweta A 410 

Alligood, Greta J 410 

Alligood, Hilda R 388 

Alligood, Miriam L. 430 

Alligood, Steve H 388 

Allison, James R. 334 

Allison, Noncy B 410 

Allsbrook, Michael L 430 

Allsbrook, Wilbur Jr 410 

Alston, Emma C 430 

Aman, Gene T 334 

Ambrose, Ravonda 388 

Amerson, Isaoc W. Jr 410 

Amick, Harold W 430 

Anders, Melba A 388 

Anders, Olivia J 388 

Anderson, Carolyn J. H 334 

Anderson, Clinton E 410 



Anderson, George F 388 

Anderson, Johnny Y 334 

Anderson, Lmwood R 388 

Anderson, Lois D 410 

Anderson, Lynda C 430 

Anderson, Peggy P 410 

Anderson, Ralph E 410 

Anderson, Wm. B. Jr 410 

Andrews, Bruce W 430 

Andrews, Edna P 430 

Andrews, Fredericka 388 

Andrews, James T 334 

Andrews, John O 388 

Andrews, Louise F 430 

Andrews, Lynda E 410 

Ange, Robert W 410 

Angelo, Joseph 410 

Angstadf, Robert D 388 

Apple, Jomes K 410 

Apple, Rita N 430 

Aront, Patricia A 334 

Arie, Suzanne 430 

Arledge, Michael P 430 

Armistead, Madeleine 430 

Armstrong. Linda G 334 

Arnold, Mildred J 388 

Arnold. Potr.cia A 430 

Arnoult, Joseph H 334 

Arrowood. Harold A 430 

Arthur, Charles L 330 

Ashley, Nadeon L 335 

Ashworth, Brenda A 388 

Askew, Charles A 410 

Askew, Garland L 410 

Askew, Phyllis P 410 

Askin, Jerome 410 

Atkinson, Frank R. II 410 

Atkinson, Lois 335 

Atkinson, Mabel J 430 

Atkinson, Pamela G 388 

Aulbert, Linda K 410 

Austin, Dawn E 335 

Austin, Kenneth W 430 

Autrey, Lois A 335 

Autry, Brenda S 388 

Avera, Margaret H 388 

Averette, Larry M 335 

Averso, Alfonso R 430 

Avery, Dorinda D 410 

Avery, John A 430 

Avery, Mary F 430 

Avery, Noncy P 430 

Aycock, Donald A 430 

Aycock, Roger S 430 

Aycock, Sarah Ann 335 

Ayers, Brenda K 388 

Ayers, Fred D 335 

Babb, Nancy J 410 

Bacon, Lee H 335 

Badenhop, Patsy A 410 

Bagwell, Timothy 8 410 

Bailey, Betl.e J 335 

Bailey, Herbert T. Jr 335 

Bailey, Michael C 388 

Bailey, Otis T 335 

Bailey, Sanford W 335 

Bailey, Shaaron A 335 

Bailey, Shellie D 335 

Baines, Thomas 430 



Baker, Betty J 

Baker, Betty L 

Baker, Ethel I 

Baker, James F 

Baker, Kathleen A. . 

Baker, Lynda D 

Baker, Mary A 

Baker, Michoel S. . . , 

Baker, R,t a W 

Baker, Robert H. II] . 

Baker, Ruth A 

Balch, Dorothy C. 
Baldwin, Anna L. 
Baldwin, Donald M. , 
Baldwin, Harry L. 

Ballonce. Bonnie D. ". 
Bollance, Carolyn E. . 
Ballonce, Will, am D. , 
Bollard, Linda Dare . 

Ballew, Ruby J 

Banks, Mor.e C 

Barber, Joseph C. Jr. 

Barbosa, Randolph . . . 
Barbour, Carolyn P. , 

Barco, Barbara G 

Barefoot, Frances M. . 
Barefoot, Jomes O. . . 
Barefoot, Jonet R. 
8arefoot, Judy E. 
Barefoot. Miles F 

Barger, Donald S. 

Barker, Lynwood W. . 

Barlow, Corol J 

Bornes, Carolyn J 

Barnes, Carolyn S. 
Barnes, Elizabeth C. . 

Barnes, Janice M 

Barnes, Jean D 

Barnes, Kenneth O. . 

Barnes,' Mory C 

Barnes, Vouclain W. . . 

Barnhill, Donnye V. . . 

Barrett, Alice E 

Barrett, Vlcki L. 

Barrier, Reba A 

Barringer, Mary Joyce 
Borrow, Barbara A. S. 
Barrow, Edward L. . . 

Bortley,' Wm. S. '..'.'. 

Borts, Dorrell J 

Berwick, Deleon W. . 
Basnight, Delia 

Basnight, Eugene H. Jr 
Basnight, Georgetta . 
Basnight, Sheilo S. . . . 
Bass, Carole J 



Bass, Richard W 

Bateman,' Dorinda P. 
Batemon, Glendora . . 
Bateman, Washington E. 
Batten, Eva S 

Bauerband, Joseph L. . 

Baulding, Larry E 

Baxley, Howard K. ... 
Baxley, Sandra J 

Beacham, Mary L. 
Beal, Julia C. ... 

Beamon, Ernes. H, 

Beamon, Margaret V. . . . 
Beamon, Wm. Perry . . 
Beasley, Bobby W. 

Beosley, Palsy R 

Beany, Richard L. 

Becht, Susan E 

Beck, Lora H. 

Beeson, Linda G 

Behr, John D 

Bell] John S.' Jr. '.'.'.'.'.'., 

Bell, Lawrence L 

Bell, Phyllis E 

Bell, Sylvia J 

Bellamy, Robert H 

Bellmer, Richard L 

Beloff, Bernord Ed 

Bender, Barbara B. ... 

Bender, lydia J 

Benfield, Williom J , 
Benmouyol, Pierre P. ... 
Bennett, Barbara S. 

Bennett, Bryan L 

Bennett, Elizabeth A 
Bennett, Hobson C Jr. . 

Bennett, Jerry L 

Bennett, Robert R. Jr. . . 

Benson, James L 

Benson. Jimmy C 

Benson, Lynwood E. ... 

Bentley, Janice T 

Benton, Sall.e A 

Ben, Uri S. 

Berg, Judith A 

Berini, Dante C 

Bernhardt, John C "'.'.. 
Bepstein, Iris R 

Berry, 'Bonnie G 

Berry, Ira W 

Best,' Brenda F 
Best, Linda C. 
Betack, Edmund J 

Biesecker, Ronda A 




Booker, Thomas C. 
Booth, ScoMy D 



Bosti 



Brendo E 



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their backs. You played a 
version, didn't you, Eddie? 



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Bowlm 


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Bo-.T 


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n.lo F 


Boyce, 






Boyd, 


Brend 




Boyd, 
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Brody 


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Branc 


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Brand 


n, Eli 


obelh R. ... 


Brond 




>mos C. Jr 


Bronn 






Brann 


n, El 


zobeth K. 


Bra"w 


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ly E 


Bras* 


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Biggs, Soro C. 
Biggs, Thomas O 
Billings, Charlyn R 



Breedlo. 
Brett, r 
Brewer, 
Brewer, 
Brewer, 

Brewer! 
Brewer. 

Bndgers 
Bndgers 



chord, Stephen 



Blount, Gwendolyn 
Blow, George E. 
Blow, John Micha. 



Boles, Roger D 
Boley, Zoe E. 
Boiling, Jomes 



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Brown, 

Brown! 
Brown, 



Buckner, Chester 
Buckner, Ronold 
Bugg, Mary H 
Buie, Donald N 
Bulla, Robert F 
Bollard, Jackie 
Bullard, Linda t 
Bullard, Waller 
Bullock, George 
Bullock, Jocqueli 

Bullock, Marvin 
Bullock, Robert 
Bulluck, Judy K 
Bumgardner, Jol 
Bumgarner, Dovh 

Bundy', Ola M 
Bunn, L.ndo D. 
Bunn, Ralph H 



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Carraway, Joseph L 433 

Corrawoy, Kenneth L 391 

Carrawoy, Mary E. T 412 

Cornngton, Denn.s H 412 

Carroll, Elizabeth 341 

Carroll, Michoel D 391 

Carson, Ann E 412 

Carson, George K 412 

Carstarphen, M M Jr 391 

Carter, Brenda H 433 

Carter, Carol J 433 

Carter, Corole B 342 

Carter, Elaine J 412 

Carter, Lelia M 412 

Carter, Michele R. . ... 412 

Carter, Parker W 433 

Carter, Pleas W 391 

Carter, Ronald W 412 

Carver, Mane E 433 

Cascioli, Edna H 342 

Cosale, Wayne C 433 

Casey, Benjamin H. Jr 342 

Casey, Carol F 391 

Casey, Linda K 391 

Casey, Peggy M 342 

Casey, Phillip H. Jr 433 

Cash, Belle Lou 342 

Cash, Peggy M 342 

Cash, Sondro L 433 

Cash, Ted 1 412 

Coshion, James E. Jr 433 

Cashwell, Sara B. L 342 

Cason, Mollie J 391 

Cassick, Carol A 342 

Cassidy, Joseph P 433 

Caslelloe, Mary C 342 

Castellow, Rose W 412 

Cates, Carolyn A 433 

Cates, Edith A 342 

Cates, Margaret N 433 

Cates, Philip B 412 

Cauble, Myrtle K 412 

Caudill, Sue C 342 

Caudle, Richard L 433 

Caviness, Belly G 412 

Coviness, Mary J 391 

Coyton, Carl D 412 

Cayton, Elizabeth B. 342 

Cholk, Denise R 342 

Chambers, Martha J 433 

Chamblee, Lois D 412 

Champion, Bettie S 342 

Champion, Donna L 412 

Chondler, Elizabeth J 391 

Chandler, John C. Jr 412 

Chandler, Judith L 391 

Chapman, Edd.e G 342 

Chapman, Jomes A 412 

Chapman, Patricia J 433 

Chapman, Rebecca F 433 

Choppell, Brenda D 391 

Chappell, Ellen D 433 

Choppell, Robert H 391 

Cherry, Betty L 433 

Charlton, L.ndo S 391 

Choruhas, Helen C 412 

Cheek, Samuel J 342 

Cheek, Wesley B 391 

Cheroff, Richord P 433 

Cherry, Betty L 433 

Cherry, James S 342 

Cherry, Janet A 433 

Cheshire, William E 342 

Chesson, H.lton O. Jr 391 

Chesson, Jessie P. Jr 330 



454 



Byrne, Richord L 


432 


Chesnon, Michael N 


433 


Byrum, Dorothy I. O. . 


391 


Chestnutt, Sylvia 1 


343 


Byrum, Howard M 


432 




343 


— C— 




Childress, Bobby Lee 


412 

391 


Ca-n, Ellen M 


341 


Chilly, Brendo K. ... 


391 




341 


Chnsman, Gary B 


343 


Coin, Randall S 


391 


Christenbury. Judy M. 




Colder, Leroy A Jr 


432 


Christopher, Lino C. . , 


.. .413 


Caldwell, Anthony 5 


432 


Church, Geoffrey N. ... 




Caldwell, Corolyn J 


.... 391 


Church, Randy G 


433 










Calloway, Nancy L 


412 


Cintora, Fel.odad M 


433 


Cameron, Betsy C 


412 


Clapp, Jerry D. '. 


391 




391 






Camp Jomes C 


Clark, Dorothy M. ... 


413 




412 


Clark, Frances J 


433 


Campbell, Martha E. ... 


432 


Clark, Ivey S 


433 


Campbell, Mary A 










Clark, Jeanette T 




Campbell, Potr.c.a A 


432 


Clark, Mary E 


433 






Clark, Mary L 




Campbell, Richard E. 


432 


Clark, Myra G. . . . 


343 


Campbell, William W. . . 


391 


Clork, Roy C 


433 






Clark, Ruby J 




Con.pe, Brendo J. 


341 


Clark, Thurman L 


391 


Conipe, Pe S gy J 


341 


Clark, Willord J. Jr 


343 




341 


Clark, Williom H 


391 


Connady, Wm M Jr. . 


433 


Clarke, Sammie J 


391 


Connon, Ina S. . 


433 




433 


Cannon, James A. Jr 


341 


Clifton, Susan R 


343 






Cline, Harold W. . 










391 




412 










413 








413 




391 


Cobb, Lester M. Jr 


391 






Cobb, Richard R 

Cobb, Sandra L 




Carowon, Lewis S 


412 


343 


Carlyle, Opal M, 


412 


Coble, Jomes D 


413 


Carman, Mary E 


391 


Coble, Mary E 


391 


Carney, Basil W Jr 


433 


Coble, Michael J 


433 


Caroon, Nathan A 


341 


Cochran, Francs W. Jr 


433 




433 


Cochran, Randolph C 


413 


Carpenter, Mory J 


433 


Cochrane, Alice J 


343 


















Carr, Judy C 


341 




433 


Carr, Virginia S-. 


433 


Coghill, Conrad C. Jr 


391 



Coker, Carolyn E. 



Cole! 1 


.ena C. . . , 


Cole, Margaret L. 


Cole, Susan 1, 


Cole, V 


Valter E. . . 


Colema, 


1, Barbara , 


Colema 


i, Elizabeth 


Colemai 


i, Judith R. 


Colemai 


i, Morgaret 


Collier, 


Judith A, 


Collins, 


Dorothy C. 


Collins, 


Glyn E. . . 


Collins, 


Judith A. 


Collins, 


Wallace W 


Collins, 




Colston 




Col tram 


, Linda J. 



Compton, Nancy G. . 

Conder, Anne R 

Congleton, Kenneth R. 

Conn, Mary J 

Connell, Joseph 5. Jr. 
Conner, Jean H 



Conn 



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Cook, Sidney R Jr. 

Cook, Wayne 

Cooke, Connie K. . . 
Cooke, Gladys W. . . 
Cooke, Rodger M. . . 
Cooley, Alice F. ... 

Coon, John W 

Cooper, George B. Ji 
Cooper, Grody E. Jr. 

Cooper, Mary L. 
Cooper, William G. J 
Copeland, Jasper W. 
Coppedge, John H. II 

Copple, Carl B 

Copple, Richard L. . 
Corbett, Ann.e S. . 
Corbett, Arthur G. .. 
Corbett, Dionne 
Corbetr, Douglas R. 
Corkran, Daniel E. Jr 

Cortese, Richard A. . 
Costas, David G. Jr. . 

Coston, Mary A 

Cotten, Jerry W. . .. 
Cotten, Roger C. . . 
Cottle, Albert J. Jr. 



Crowell, 


James K. Jr. 


Crowell, 




Crump, J 




Crumpler, 


Charles P." 


Crutchfiel 


d, Phyllis ... 


Crulchfiel 


d, Richard . 


Culbreth, 


Thomas C. Jr 


Culhpher, 




Culp, Ro 




Culpeppe 








Cummins, 




Cunniff, 


William H. . 


Cumming: 


i, William 0. 




m, Sydney G. 


Cunningh 


3m, Suzanne C 



Daly! . 


lanet K 




isio, lou.s 


Daniel, 


Betty B. 


Daniel, 


Dorryl T. 


Daniel, 


Ruth C. 



Dark, Lois E. ..'..'. 
Darr, Pamela B. . . 
Daughtry, Carolyn J 
Daughtry, Ronnie C. 
Davenport, Andrew 
Davenport, Bertram 



kens, Donald C. 
kens, Donna Y. 

kens] Judy A.' 



Dobson, Edit 



Dodson 


Claude B. 


Dodson 


Thomas / 






Dollar, 


'Barry J. . 


Domanski, Gory F. 


Donohu 


e, Paul J. 


Dorman 




Dorsey, 




Dorsey, 


Neil E. . 




Linda G. 


Dought 








Dowd, 




Dowd, 


Robert E. 








Bybe D. ' 


Dowdy! 


Ronald E. 




Farmer Jones 



England, Carolyn 
English, Al.ndo 
English, John C 



Betsy L. 
Chorlotti 



Cowell, Rebecca 






Eagan, Dennis 
Eanes, Clifton V 
Earnhardt, Linda 
Earp, Mary A. 
Eason, Brendo 
Eason, Roberta 
Easterling, 



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Edge 



.rt, Roberl 
Shelby J 
n, Helen 



Edwar< 



Crawford, Koy E. 
Crawford, Wm F. 
Crawley, Gloria J. 
Crayton, Dorla G 
Crayton, Sybil D. 
Creech, Charles W 
Creech, Gloria J. 
Creech, Joseph G. 
Creech, Lo.s C . . 
Creech, Minnie L. 



Dawk 


ins, Edwin 


Daws 


on, Roger W. 






Day, 


Theodore M. 


Deal, 




Deal, 


Model me E. 


Deal, 


Wm, F. ... 




Flora A. .. 


Dean 


Howard N. 



Crisp, Betty 
Crisp, Linda 
Crocker, Fran. 



Croom, Anne C. ... 

Croom, Emily L 

Croom, Frances E. . 

Croom, John R 

Cross, Carol J 

Crotts, Stephen W. . 
Crouch, Peggy T. . . 
Crouse, Linda C. ... 
Crowder, Richard W. 



Debnarr 


1, Danny K. 


Debruhl 


,' Carolyn 'f. 




Marsha J. . .. 


Degronc 


|e, David C. . 


Dellingi 




Delmet, 




Delong, 


Morgaret A. 


Del Russo, Alfred M 




i, Judy F. . . 


Dennis," 


Christopher I 


Dennis, 


Joyce F. 


Dennis, 


Roberl A. . 


Denton, 


Aileen R. .. 


Denton, 


Sandra J. . 



Fincher, Earle L. Jr. 


Finmo 


n. r. 


word D. 


Fish, 




i B. 


Fisher 


:, ci 




Fitzge 




David Jr 


Fitzge 




Douglas 


Filzge 




John A. 






John E. 




Marshall 


Fitzgil 


*.ck' 


John'M 


Hale 






Flippi, 


i. Arl 


len W- 



Flowers, Aydren D 






















Gill.s, William J 


436 












Flowers. Cloyd D. Jr. 




Glenn, Carolyn J 


394 




M 








Flowers, Dixie R 


415 


Glenn, Mory L 


350 














348 

415 


















Glover, Dorotyh L 


350 




Flowers, Linda B 




Glover, Mary E 


















Godbee, Virginia R 


394 
















Godbold, Marion B. Jr 


350 
















Godfrey. Edward E. Jr 


436 
















Godwin, Jone E. T 


350 






























Foos Goil E 




Godwin William M 


... 350 




Forbes. Billie S 




Goforlh, Ronnie L 


416 














415 


Goins, Ralph M 


... 416 












Forbes. Lyle O 




Goins, Sherry G 


436 








-jf 




Forbes, Pottie J. ... 


349 


Gooch, Catherine R 


416 














Gooding, Eva M 


436 














Goodman, Robert A 


. . .436 














435 


Goodnight, Lorry M 














Fornes. Roymond E 




Goodson, Elwood Jr 


. . .436 












Forrest. Koy 1 


... .435 


Goodwin, Mary S 

Goodwin, Philip D 


416 

436 












Foster, 8elty J 




Goodwin. Vernon F. Jr 


416 












Foster, Chos. D 






.... 394 












Foster, D. Marie ... 


















Foster, Evelyn R. . . . 


. . 394 


Gordon, Thomas D 


394 












Foster, Darnel R. Ill ... 


349 


Gore, Linda L 


436 












Foster, J.mmie F 


394 


Gorham, Mary L 


394 






























Foster, Solly A 




Gossetl William T. 


... 331 












Foushee. Isobell L 




Gottschalk, Donna S 


436 












Fowler. Martha C 






. ... 436 












Fowler. Rebecca A 


394 


Grady, Frances G 


350 


















.... 350 














349 


Graham Gary C 


. ... 436 














349 


Graham, Janice R 


... 436 














394 


Graham, Kay F 


416 












Franklm. James P 


349 


Gralick, Joseph A 


436 










^" J 


Franklin, James T. . . 
Franklin! l.nda L. ' . 


435 

394 














Grantham, Claude S 

Gray, Clora A 


394 

436 




"Is there 


anything you have to say 




Franks, Mary C 






436 








Fraz'ier' Nancy i~ 




Gray, John T 

Gray, Kathryn J 


436 

350 






now that 


you are Queen for a Day?" 




Frazier, Steve E 






436 
















Gray, Sondra L 














Freeman, Cornelia L. . 




Greason, Sudy K 


416 












Freemon, Nancy F. . . . 






















Green, Virginia A 


331 














415 

436 

436 

436 


Greene, Barbara A 


436 

416 




437 

351 


















Fulford. Jerry P. '." 


Greene, Maude 1 

Greenh.ll, Charles E 


394 

416 








437 

416 


Hall, G 


orge P. Jr 


395 


Harris, Sheila R 








350 








Harris, Shelley S 


437 








436 


Hall, L) 






Harris, Sylvia P 

Harrison, Albert K 


331 


nda L 


437 


Fuller', Judy G. ' .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


394 

415 

415 

394 

349 

394 










rlha F 


351 








436 


Hall, Pa 


mela K. . . . 


416 




437 






436 


Hall, Robert L 


437 


Harrison, Raymond H 


352 






.;.... 350 


Hall, Thelma K. . . . 




Harrison, Robert E 




Fussell. Dorothy C 




436 








Harrison, Sylvlo A 






436 








Harrison, William E 


437 


436 

436 




..... 416 
394 








Hart, 'Betty A. '.".".".'".'.'" 




Hammond, James T 


395 


438 




Griffin, Patricio E 


394 


Hammond, Rodney W 


437 




352 




. 394 


Griffin, Rebecca F 


436 












— G— 


Hamrick, 


Waller R 


437 


Hartsell, Harriet G 


438 


394 






Hancock 
Hand, J 


Charles S 

mes W 


437 

437 


Harvell, Margaret M 

Harvey, Fronkie K 


395 


Gaddis. John R 


Griffin, William B 


436 


438 


Gaddy, Junius W. Jr 


















Gaddy. W.lliom P 










395 




416 


Gaflney. John J. ... 


. 415 


Griggs, Carl T. 




Hanes, Shirley J 


395 


Haskms, Richard D 


438 


Gagliard.. Ronald A 


436 


436 




'atricla J 




Hossell, Nancy L 


416 


Gagnon, Camilla S 


349 




351 






437 




438 


Gallimore. Richord L. . . . 


394 




436 


Hansen, 


Linda R 


437 


Hatch, Charles M 


395 


Galloway, Franklin J 


349 




416 


Hansen, 


Walfred J 


437 


Hatcher, James L 


416 


Galloway, Patricia F 












351 


Hatley, Marilyn C 




Galloway, Patricia L. . . . 


415 




394 


Harbin, 




416 


Haufler, Donald C 


417 


Gardner, Clyde B 












416 






Gardner, Judith F 


394 


Grissom. H.ldo R 


416 






437 


Hawkins, Doris S 


352 




349 






Harde!i: 


Glenda A 

Margaret D 


351 

416 


Hawkins, Lynda R 




Gardner, Thomas M 

Garner. Judy G 

Garner, lano F 


Gross, Ronold M 


436 


352 












416 


Hawkins, Ralph W 


352 


Garner. Nancy E 


349 




351 




Clifton L 


437 


Hayes, Nancy A T 


352 


Garner, Pnsc.llo J. ... 


415 


Guarino, Frank V 


436 




Neol F 


437 


Haynes, Lola R 




Garrett, Foye C 


394 




436 


Hardison 


Robert B 


351 






Garrett, Mary E 


436 




.436 




Smith P 


395 


Hayworth, Charlotte S 




Garrett, Peggy D 


394 




394 




arbaro A 


416 






Garris. Cherry A 


349 


Gupton, Frances J 


416 




351 








436 


Gupton, Joyce A 






Eva, K 




















416 


Heath, Bessie R 






415 






'Harp'er 










Garrison, Jud.th T 


Gurganus, Wm. M. Jr 


436 




395 




353 










Harrelf, 










Garriss, Charity E 


394 


Gurley, James C 


436 






Heckman, George H. II 

Hedgecock, Richard T :. 


438 


Garriss. Marcus A Jr 






438 


Gasklll. James B. . . 


... 415 




437 


Harrell 


Ralph E 


437 


Hedgecock, Roger D 


395 


Gaskill, Lmda C. 












437 


Hedgepeth, Judith C 


395 


Gaster, Archie D. ... 


394 


Guthrie, Corl C 


437 






437 


Hedman, Shirley R 


395 










Harrelson, Nancy D 

Harrington, Edgar L 


















Heilig, John I 

Heim, Mary C 




Gattis, William H 


436 


Guy, Don M 


395 


437 


353 


Gay, Rose C. 


415 




437 




351 






Gay, Veronica A. . . 




Gwoltney, Mildred V 






n. Manon R 


437 


Helms, Jesse G. Jr 












Harrington, Ricky T. . . 












Gwynn, Michael B 










Geddy, Henry M 


350 


437 


395 


Hemmerle, Glenn E 


417 


Gelman, Jeffrey W 




— H— 






437 


Hemrick, Martha H 




Gentry, Herman A. Jr 


350 








395 


Hendershott, Marilyn 


353 




415 

436 

. . . 436 


Hackney, Bonnie E 




Harris, 






Hendren] Phyllis L. ".'.'..'. .'.'.'. 








437 

437 




Gentry, Mary A. 


Haddock' Larue D. 


395 




353 


Gherlon, Lonce D 


416 








437 


Hendricks, Garland C 






... 416 


Hodley. Howard F 






mily D 




Hendricks, Jacqueline 






















Gifford, Richard O 

Gilbert, Lindo G 


436 








Haywood D 


351 


Hendrix, Judy G 

Hendrix, Michael C 

Henretta, Arthur A 




Hailey, Richard B 

Hoir, Sandra F 


416 

351 


hJJJ 


438 






351 


395 




.416 


Hoislip. Ann P 

Haithcock, Lloyd B 


.395 


Harris, J 






Henry, Girton E 


438 


Gill, Shurley L. . 


Marsha K 


437 


395 


Gillam, Linda L. 




Hale, Gloria J 








395 


Henry, Manlynn L 






436 
416 












Henry, Sara V 

Henson, Diane E 




Gilliam, Brian D 




416 


hihp S Jr 


352 


438 



Herndon, Sidney M 438 

Herring, Anna N 395 

Herring, Barbara G 353 

Herring, Joyce C 417 

Herring, Millie J 396 

Herring, Varo E. 438 

Herrmglon, Phillip L 417 

Hersh. Paul W 417 

Hester, Robert L 353 

Hewes, Lawrence R 417 

Hewelt, Donnie G 396 

Hewitt, Barbara 1 417 

Hiclcey, Thomas D 438 

Hicks, Billy S 417 

Hicks, Bronda C 417 

Hicks, David L 438 

Hicks, Donno L 438 

Hicks, Donnie R 353 

H.cks, Howard M 396 

Hicks, Lettie D 396 

Hicks, Thurman G 396 

Higgins, Jerry L 353 

Higgins, Linda F 417 

High, Linda F 353 

High, Rebecca L 417 

Highl, Sommy J 417 

Hignite, Ronald E 438 

Hilderbrand, Verna R 417 

Hilderbrand, Cathy D 438 

Hill', Jimmy 5 438 

Hill, Joan G 417 

Hill, Keith E 396 

Hill, Rebecca E 353 

Hlll.ord, Carolyn S 438 

Hilton, Joseph T. II 417 

H.ndsley, Lawrence W 353 

Hine, Brenda L 417 

H.nes, Jane 438 

Hlnkle, Joon C 353 

Hinlon, Roy D. Jr 353 

Hobbs, Ada B 438 

Hobbs, B.llle A 353 

Hobbs, Joycelyn R 438 

Hobgood, Rebecca S 438 

Hodge, Pamela R 396 

Hodges, J.mmy T 396 

Hodges, Katherine B 396 

Hodges, William R 353 

Hoell. Betty J 354 

Hoerter, John C 417 

Hod, Kalhryn E 417 

Hotfman, Andrea P 354 

Hofstetter, Diana L 417 

Hogan, Peggy J 396 

Hoge. Calvm V 417 

Hogg, Oakley W. Jr 438 

Holbert, R, chard M 396 

Holcomb, Sandra G 438 

Holcombe, Jon A 354 

Holden, Sandra J 354 

Holland, Charles W 354 

Holland, Mary E 396 

Holland, Patricia A . 396 

Hollingsworth, F. Paul 417 

Hollingsworth] Roger 438 

Hollingsworth, Susan 417 

Hollomon, Joseph J 438 

Hollowell, Elsie G 354 

Hollowell, Wallace C 354 

Holmes, Rebecca H 438 

Holoman, Dorothy L. 438 

Holt, Cornelia G 396 

Holt, Cynthia A 417 

Holt, Doris E 417 

Holt, Edwina F 438 

Holt, James > 438 

Holt, Michael L 396 

Holt, Naomi J 417 

Holton, Jonice 438 

Homesley, Somuel T 438 

Hondros, Pete A 417 

Honeycutt, Carol A 438 

Honeycutt, Nancy J 396 

Honeycutt, Peggy J 354 

Honeycutt, Rebecca J 354 

Hood, Robert M 354 

Hooker, Douglos H 396 

Hooker, Lillian N 396 

Hooks, Georgia G 354 

Hooks, Judith 417 

Hooks, Margaret D. B 396 

Hooks, Michael L 417 

Hooks, Minnie D 396 

Hooks, Rosemary 417 

Hooper, Brenda G 396 

Hooper, W.ll.am F 354 

Hoover, Dons A 354 

Hoover, James E 396 

Hopkins, Sylvia L 417 

Home, Ann T 417 

Home, Coy C 417 

Home, Eugene B. Jr , .. 354 

Horton, Mary A 396 

Horton, Robert V 396 

House! Tnllis G. '. . '. . '.'. '.'. '. . . '. '. 438 

Houston, Penny G 418 

Hovis, Larry K 418 

Howard, Amanda M 418 

Howard, Glenda K 354 

Howard, Hilda 8 354 

Howard, Mollie E 418 

Howard, Sandra S 354 

Howard, Thomas R 438 

Howard, Tiffany C 438 

Howeil, Bruce I.' .'."".".!!"..".."..".! 354 

Howell, Carlton D 396 

Howell, Frances Y 418 

Howell, Judith L 396 

Howell, Rita D 355 

Howell, William E 355 

Howerton, Ovelia K 438 

Howes. Betty B 331 



Howett, Kathryn E 431 

Howie, Chorles 1 35! 

Hoyle, Jerry W 41( 

Hruslinski. [leano M 43£ 

Hubbard, H.Ida G 41F. 

Hudgins, Edward A. Jr 438 

Hudgins, Terece C 418 

Hudnall, Donna F 355 

Hudson, Byron A 438 

Hudson, Catherine E 396 

Hudson, Geraldine 355 

Hudson, Morcia L 396 

Hudson, Richard L 418 

Hudson, William M 418 

Huffman, Charlotte E 396 

Huffman, Rebecca 1 355 

Huggins, Patricia A 355 

Hughes, Linda 1 355 

Hughes, Patricia L 438 

Hughson, Diane L 438 

Hulin, Gary W 438 

Humphrey, Charles R. J 438 

Humphrey, Linda W 396 

Humphrey, Thomas A 438 

Humphrey, Virginia L 355 

Humphries, Earl T 355 

Huneycutt, Richard K 355 

Hunnicutt, Etta P 439 

Hunnicutt, Mary E 396 

Hunniecutt, Joseph W 439 

Hunning, Ede G 439 

Hunning, Linda R 396 

Hunsucker, Porricia L 418 

Hunt, Mamie L 439 

Hunt, Willie A 355 

Hunter, Frances L 439 

Hunter, Waylond G 396 

Hunter, Shirley R 355 

Huntley, Carol A 396 

Hurdle, Judith R 355 

Hussey, Do.othy A 439 

Hutto, Sylv.o F 418 

Hutzler, Alvin B 396 

Hux, Albert R. Jr 439 

Idol, Gary E 355 

Idol, John F 418 

Homes, Helen P 396 

lies, Carrie E 439 

Ingold, Ray V 418 

Inman, Judy F 418 

Ipock, Linda F 418 

I pock, I no F 439 

Ipock, Peggy E 439 

Irvin, Judith A 396 

Irvin, Linda R 396 

Isaac, Joanna E 355 

Israel, Marion M 331 

Ivey, Norma H 355 

— J— 

Jackson, Anne P 439 

Jackson, Bette H 396 

Jackson, Charles T 396 

Jackson, Chorles W 439 

Jackson, Emma J 43? 

Jackson, Gloria J 439 

Jackson, Jams R 439 

Jackson, John C 396 

Jackson, Lee D 355 

Jackson, Mock D 439 

Jackson, Margaret C : . . . 356 

Jackson, Patricia L 439 

Jackson, Peggy E 439 

Jackson, Peggy R 356 

Jackson, Thelma J 396 

Jackson, Virginia E 439 

Jacob, Waller M 418 

Jacobs, Brenda A 396 

Jacobs, Michael B 396 

James, Edna L 396 

James, Lucy B 439 

James, Robert L. 356 

James, Samuel A, Jr 356 

James, Va. B 396 

Janes, Margaret L 439 

Jarrell, Clyde R 356 

Jarrell, L.ndo M 356 

Jarvis, Ollie R .... 418 

Jascheck, Suson L 439 

Jastremski, Lynlee 1 439 

Jeffries, Lillie M .. 418 

Jenkins, Alberta 439 

Jenkins, Barbara A 356 

Jenkins, Barbara C 396 

Jenkins, Chorles R 418 

Jenkins, Floyd P. Jr 356 

Jenkins, Janice G 418 

Jenkins, Richard E 356 

Jenness, Michoel F 439 

Jennette, Trovette 356 

Jennings, Linda S 418 

Jensen, Agnes M 356 

Jernigan, Clyda F .". .". ".'. 396 

Jemigan, Julius J 397" 

Jernigan, Marilyn L 418 

Jernigan, Roymond A 397 

Johnson, Alice m'. '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 356 

Johnson, Annie B 356 

Johnson, Borbaro A 356 

Johnson, Barbara J 397 

Johnson, Barbara S 397 

Johnson, Bett.e C 397 

Johnson, Betty J , 418 




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the local county fa 



Joy 5. 

Judith C. 
Judy L. 

Melome . 
Melvo R. 
M.llord G. 
Porricia fv 
Peggy J. 



in, Wm. W. Jr 

jn,' Franklin B 

jn,' Martha G. 
in, Robert 8. 
jn, Shirley A. 

Alice F. ... 

Beverly D. . 

Billy F 

Brenda A. L. 

Brenda M. . 

Carolyn R. . 



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John D. 
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nes. Ralph J 
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owers. Chorle 
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oyner, Carol 



Joyner, Margaret G 

Joyner, Margaret L 

Joyner, Mary C 

Joyner, Robert N 

Joyner. Thelma G 

Joyner, Thurman D. ... 

Joyner, William B 

Jurin, 'Paula A. '..'.'.'.'. 
Justice. Thomas F. . . . 

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Kahok. Fathallah J 

Kaleel, Stephen J. 
Kassnove, Sheldon 






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irlcland, Joseph B. 
irlcland, Thurloe L. 

irsch, Mary D. '. . 

ivett, Ada J 

ivelt, Barbara B. . 
izer, Helen A. . , 
Irngman, Charles R 
lingman, Glenda L 
luttz, Brenda R. . 









359 


Knight, Jamcc G 


..... 440 


Knoch. Dov.d H 


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Knott, Mot). A 


440 


Knott, Stephen E 








Knowles, Russell R 


359 


Koonce. John E 


440 


Koontz. Sylvia S 


419 


Kornegay, Juanila C 


359 


Kornegay, Marion 1 


440 


Kornegoy, Sarah P 


440 






Kugler, Frances C 


359 










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Laing. Kotherine A 


397 






Lamb, Byas C. Jr 


397 




359 


Lambert, Judy D 


359 




440 


Lambeth, Ben A 


440 










Lamm, Leverna E 


397 






Lamoureu*. Wesley D 


440 






Lancaster. Diane S 


... 440 




359 




397 




397 




398 


Land, Jon E 


440 




398 






Landsperger, Waller J. 


440 


Lane, Ashley H 




Lane, Betsy J 


359 


lane, Linda L. T. ... 


359 






Lane, Pr, sella T. 


359 


Lane, Troy L 


359 


Langdon, Barbara A 


398 










Langdon. Nancy R 


398 


Langdon, Walter T 


.... 440 


Langston, Coppy J 


359 




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. 398 


Lanier. Margaret A 


359 




440 




440 


Lanier. Thomas F 


.... 360 




360 










Lasley, Morgaret R 


440 


Lassiter. Carole A 


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Laughter. Janice I. 
Lawrence, Horoce G. 
Lawrence, Kermit W. 

Leary', Evo L. '..'.'.'.'. 

leary! Wayne S. '.'.'.'. 
Ledgett, Douglas A. 

Lee! Lou' C 

Lee! Robert E. 

Lee, Robert E 

Lee, Ula J 

Lee, Virgimo 

Leggert. Mortha E. 
Leggelt, Richard C 
Leggetl, Virginia C. 
Leggette, Linda H. 

Leonard, De.lra M 

Leonard', Luther G. 
Leonhard, Mary E. . 

Lester, Charles M. 

Lester. Sandra G. . 
Letcher, Clayton O. 
Letchworth, Dorothy 

Letchworth, Thomas I 
Levine, Robert R. . 

Lewis, Brenda A. . 

Lewis, Christine 

Lewis, Donna B. . 

Lewis, James D Jr 

Lewis! Lyle B. 



Lewis 






Rubie J. Jr 














Lewis 


Vickie C 




Virginio D 






Lewis 


Wm. E 




man, Norman G 




Hilary R 




Anthony E 






L lie, 


Velsa B 










Lmke 


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Martin N. 


L.t,.hl 


eld, Irving B 


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Helen C 










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Michael C 




Miriam G 






L.tlle 


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ston, Robert D 


Lloyd 






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art, Carolyn V. 




Judith E 








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, Elizabeth C 












Delano E 


Long 










Michael C 




Rebecca A 


Lord, 








Love 


Lynda G 




Norma C 




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Luton, Peggy A. 

Lynch, Barbara B 

Lynch, Brenda S 

Lyon,' Laura C 
Lylle, Jomes R. 

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Macdiarmid, James M. 

Mackintosh, Morgaret 
Maddox, Edwin T. Jr. . 

Magill,' Patricia E 

Magill, Donme L 

Maier,' Harold J. Jr. 
Makepeace, William . . . 
Majette, Wm C 
Malinsky, Michoel A. 
Mallard, Julia C 

Mallard,' Michoel S. ".'.'. 

Mallard! Wyatt M 

Mollonee, Marcia C. . . . 

Molone, Johnnie E 

Moloney, Millard D. . . . 
Maner, James F. Jr. . . . 
Mangum, William T. . . 
Mann, Janet I 



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Martin, Margorr 
Martin, Phillip 
Morlin, Robert 
Masencup, Norr 
Mason, Charles 






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Massey, Ea 
Massey, Carolyn 
Massey, David E 

Masters', Nancy t 
Mastin, Robert F 



shall, Carolyn B 



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McCosk. 
McChesn 
McClees 
McClees 
McClene 
McClenn 
McCloy, 



McCullen, 
McCullen, 
McCullen, 
McDade, . 
McDonald, 
McDonald, 
McDonald, 
McDonald, 
McDuffie, 
McElroy, ^ 
McGee, Ai 
McGee, Ji 
McGee, Jv 
McGee, Th 
McGhee, I 



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McGowan, Martha C. 
McGroarty, Joey A.. 
McGuftey, Jon P. 
Mcllwean, Burness A. 
Mclntire, Mary S 
Mcintosh, Jomes V. 
Mclntyre, Ruby E. 
Mclntyre, Shelby J. 
McKay, Dovid H 
McKean, Sharon L. . . . 

McKee! Robert S. 
McKelvey, Charles R. . 
McKenno, Peter J 
McKenney, Jomce E 
McKenzie, Elizabeth J 
McKenzie, Michael E 
McKoy, Joseph E 
McKinnon, W,ll,am S. 

McLomb, John C. 
Mclamb, Ronald C. . . 
McLorty, Julia A. .. 

McLowhorn, David W. 

McLean,' Mory H 

McMohan, Woyne H. 
McManus, Sheila D. . 
McM.chael, Charlotte 
McMillan, Ronald B. . 
McMinn, H.ram D. .. 
McNair. Lorry B. . . 
McNairv, Mary E 
McPhail, Bill.e C. 

McPherson, Harry G ." 

McRae, Eliz. E 

McRoy, Betty C . 
McShane, Michoel J. 
McSwain, Susan C 
Meador, Carole L. . 

Meores, Kay F. ....... 

Meares, Macle C 

Meors, Richard W 

Measamer, Wesley F. Jr 
Meddmg, Jean S. ... 
Medlord, Jerry N. 
Medlin, Thomas E. 
Meekins, Gary P. 

Meeks, Gary A 

Meeks, Kerd.s E 

Mehidi, Ghoouti 

Meiggs, Marvin G. 

Mellon! Martha K. . . 

Melton, Paul D 

Melton, Virginia A ... 
Mellon, Woodrow D. Ji 
Meltzer, Mark 
Melvin, Billie F. Jr. . . 

Mercer! Judy F 

Mercer, Peggy L. 

Mercer, Sandra C. ... 

Mercer, Sarah V 

Merrill! Troy C. Jr. . . 
Mervis, Ronold S 



Mewborn, Add.e E 

Mewborn, Evangeline C, 

Mewborn, Robert D 


.... 442 

420 
420 
400 


Mull. can, John A 

Mull.ns, Wolter E 

Mollis, Chorles W 

Mumford, Emma V 


M||W. j««P hi ™ D - ••• 


442 


Munroe,' Edna S. 


M,dge.t, Jo A. ..... 


364 


Morphrey, Betty L 








Midgett, Ray McD 


364 
442 


Murphy, Lawrence W 

Murphy, Potr.cia S.' . 

Murphy, Rose S 

Murray, Carlos W Jr 

Murray, Palncia L 

Muse, George A 

Muzinich, Joanna P 

Myers, Marc. a D 

Mylks, Virgm.o *_^_ 

Nash, ciaudia m! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.". 

Notour, Samir B 

Navey, Beverly C 

Naylor, Doris L. 

Naylor, Larry F 

Neol, Carolyn V. Beck 

Neblett, Lesl.e M. 
Neely, Fulton R. 
Neely, Polr.c.o A. 

Neese, Ronold H 

Ne.lson, Chs D Jr 

Nelms, Chandler C 

Nelson, Anne B 

Nelson, Charles S 

Nelson, Eldon L. Jr 

Nelson! Mar, an H.' ... 

Nelson, Robert A. 

Nelson, Sheila F 

Nesbil,' Robert P. '. 

Neville, Dorothy A 

Newbern, Fonn.e H 

Newby, Arch.e E, 

Newman, James B Jr 

Newsome, Gary K 

Newsome, Mortha B. 

Newton, Dorothy L 

Newton, Glendo A 

Nibbelink, Dinah R.'!! !!!!!!!!.'.!!!! 

Nichols, Elizabeth A 

Nichols, Frances O 

Nichols, Jomes E 

Nicholson, jos. d. .!!!.!...'!!!!!!! ! 

Nicholson, J. E. Jr 

Nixon! Theda K. '..!!!!!!!!!! 

Nobles, Frances M 

Nobles, Gory Roy 

Norford, Walker P 

Norman, William G. Jr 

Norris, Brenda G. • 

Norris, Edword E 

Norris, Larry G 

Norris, Norma A S 

Norris, Perry W 

Northcott, Noncy L 

Norville, Carol M 

Norwood, Chorles L 

Norwood, George D 

Nunn, Michael A. ... 


Miles, Richo.d A 


364 

. 421 
.400 


Miller, Carol E 

Miller! Charles E.' ! !!! 


442 

.400 
...... 442 


Miller, Gerald R 

Miller, John G 

Miller, Leslie E. Jr 

Miller, Linda D 


442 

442 

442 

442 


Miller, Norman W 

Millikan, Nancy D. • 
Millikin, Patricia A 

Million, Charies D." .". ! 

Miltenberger, Del J 


421 

421 

442 

364 

364 

442 
421 

421 

364 

421 


Mitchell, Edward H. Jr 

Mitchell! Groce J. A. !.'! 


364 

442 
442 










Mizell, Frances A. . 


365 


Mobley, Carolyn J 


.. . 365 






Modlin, Edd.e H 

Modlin, Ettie K 


442 
365 


Modlin, Jud.eth C 


365 






MMe"' J W dH, a A '" 


421 






Monfalcone. Mary S. . . . 


421 


Montgomery, George A 


400 
. 400 


Moon, Laufo G 


365 

.. 421 


Moore, Clifton G. Jr 

Moore, Davis L Jr 


421 

400 
421 






Moore, Eugene W 

Moore, Jak.e F 


400 

400 
442 






Moore, Linda J 


442 






Moore' Phyllis J 


400 

.400 






Moore, Sara N 


442 


Mooring, Rubelle S 


. .. 400 


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Morgan, Belmont J. Jr. ... 


.. 400 


Oakley, Sara E 










400 








Morgan, Linda C. . . 


400 

.421 

... 400 

400 






Morris! Emmo F 












421 


















Morns, Selbo^A. ... 


365 

421 

421 

442 


Ogburn, Timothy C 


Morris, She. la J. 

Morrisette, Susan L 


Olive, Sara P 

Oliver, Braxton S. II 

Oliver, Joyce G 

Oliver, Kenneth S 






Morse, Shirley J. 


365 






Oliver, Thomas C 

Olsen, Edwm R 


Moss, Mary A. 


401 

365 

401 

401 

365 


Mosteller, James N. 
Moulton, Rolph D. Jr 


Orr, Celia K, 








401 

442 

421 

401 

442 










Mull, Nancy A. 

Mullaly, Charles F. Jr 


Oil, Betty J 

Outland, Peggy D 




nter, Brenda G 



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Robert B 
Stephen, 



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Potterson, Mc 
Potterson Ro 
Patterson, Ti. 



Bryant D. 

! Belly K.r 
, Donna A 
, Esther F. 

! Henry E. 
, Johnny B 
, Judy A. 

! Morgorel 
, Morion I 

! Walloce C 
, William L 

son, Edwm 
Betty J. 
Corolyn L 
Joseph C 



Carol A 
Carol R. 
Edwin P 
Judy R. 

. Judy E 



Peltcs, Raymond A 
Pender Chorles T 
Pender, Frances S. 

Penny, Rebecca J. 
Pentecost, John M. 
Perdue, James M. 
Perdue, John H. II 
Perkins, Ann C. 
Perkins, Corolyn , , 

Perkins', Mary J. 

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John J. 

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harles E. Jr. 

Barley F.' . 

Deborah A 













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Plummer, Phyllis 
Pollord. Delph.o 



owell. Be.erly 
owell. Carolyn 



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Powell, Robert L. 
Powell, Soroh C. 
Powell, Thomos L 
Powers. Ethel J. 
Poythress. Dan S, 
Pratt, Charles F , 
Prescott, Donald 



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Corolyn D. 
Fronces G. 



Pridgen, Jud 
Prifchard] T 



Proctor] Gold.e R. 
Proctor, Kenneth R. 
Propst, Gary L . 
Propst, Ronald F 
Proul. Rebecca S. 



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Quinl.van, M.chael J 

Quinn. Colon K. 
Quinn, H.Ida N 

Quinn, M.chael L 

Quinn, Robert W 

Quinones, Edward O 

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Regelmonn. Kenneth E 

Reges, Roger D 

Register. Potr.cia A. 

Render] Judith J 
Re.chelderler. Elo.ne 

Reid, Fay M 

Re.d, John W. 
Re.d. T.molhy W. 
Re.l. Paul B 
Re.ff.n, Susan R. 
Ressegu.e, George I, 

Reynolds, Chester L 
Reynolds. George R. 
Rhew. Don. el O 
Rhodes. Arlene A. . 

Rhodes, Ruth A 

Rhodes. Suson J. . 
Rhodes, Walter C. .. 
Rhodes, W.lliam B. Jr. 
Rhoney, Gerald, ne E. 
Rhue, Barbaro G. 
Rice, Frank L Jr 
Rice, Wm. B 

Rich, Emily J 

Rich, Sybil J 
Richardson, Cecelia C. 
Richardson, John E. 
Richardson, George R. 
Richardson, Mary J 
Richardson, Ruby J. 
Richwine, Jud.th A. . 

R.cks, B.lly R 

Ricks, Ethr.dge H. II 
R.ddick, Anne J. 
R.ddick, Bobb.e B. . . 
R.ddick, Charles J 
R.ddick, Nancy C. 
Ridenhour, Linda R. . 



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445 
424 
424 
424 
403 
403 




Rooker, Alice D. 
Rooker. Amy K. 
Root, Melissa E 

Rose, Charles A Jr. , . 
Rose, Charles F 






Sawyer, Henry G. . . 
Sawyer, Korhryn S 






Sawyer, Will.am J. . . . 

Scoff, Barbaro A '. 




445 
424 
403 
445 
424 
372 


Scarborough, Marie A 

Scarlett, James G. 


Rose, Nancy C. 


















Schmidt, Kerry R 


Ross, Phyllis D. P. ... 
Ross, Pr.scillo B 
Rosser, Mary C. 
Rountree, Corolyn G. . . 






445 
424 
445 
424 
372 
424 
403 
424 
403 
372 
424 
445 
445 


Schwoll, Karen L. .. 

Schwencke, Christine 

Schwentorus, Ronald E 


















Rouse, Patr.c.a . 






Scott, Barbara A 










Roush, Judy A. 
Rowland, Mo.y E 






Scott, Carolyn L 

Scott, Delmar L. Jr 






























445 
445 
372 
445 
372 
446 


























Ruffin, Earle S. 

Rugers, M.chael A 

Rutin. on, Ho.ry E .'...'.'.....'. 

Runqu.st. Jeonnetle 

Rush, Rebecca J 




Seomons, W.ll.am T 


403 
. . 424 

403 






Self, Wm. D 

Sell, Franklin N 






Ruth, Katherme H. 


.... 372 
446 
446 
424 










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Sesso"ms ^bora L 


Sadlack, Frankl.n J 373 




Safrit, Richard W 446 
Saieed, Francs D 373 


Seward, Steven C 


Sald.n, Carole A. 424 

Sallenger, Kenneth C 424 


Seymore, Rose M. . 


Samuels, Barbara M 446 




Sanderson, Gory D 446 




Sanderson, Leon M, . .404 




Sontord, Bert Jill 424 
















Sasser, Nancy W 446 




Sosser, Virg.n.a K 




424 








Sorter-field, Carl.e S 446 




Sauerbier, Rosemory T. 446 


Shearin, Bonn.e L. . 


Saunders, Mary R 446 


Shearin, Earl C Jr 


Sauvageou, Delia A 404 

Savoge, Jerry G 373 

Sawyer, Beverly H 404 


Shearin, Norman W. Jr 

Shearon, Bobby N. i 

Sheffer, Corel A i 



Shelor, Roymond A 


425 


Smith, Wanda E 










Shelton, Chocks H. Jr. . .. 


373 


Smith, Wm. L. 










Shelton, Fredrick B 


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Shepard, Bruce G 


Smilherman, Mary A 






Sheppard, Calais P 




Smilhwick, Fonda R. 










Sheppard, Kenny S 














Sherard, Henry L 


404 

425 














Snyder, Sandra L. 






Sherman, Starr S 


404 












Sherwood, Daniel E. Jr. ... 


Sobol, Chester T 






Sherwood, Pomela J 


446 












Shesso, Catherine G 


374 












Shevock, Daniel T 


374 

374 












Shine, Nicholas F. Ill 


Southall, Phyllis M. . , 








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Shirley, Mone J 


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Speas, Ray R 




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Speight, Joseph D 




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Spencer, Judith H. 






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Spencer, Walter J. Jr 






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Simpson, Jamie S 


374 


Spencer, Wayne R 






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Simpson, Walter S 


Spivey, William P 








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Sims, Beverly E 

Sims, Gayle D 

Sineath, Bronna J 


446 

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Springs, Eleonor A 

Spruill, Judith A 


425 

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Singer, Jon B 


374 














Stackpole, Duncan W 












Stafford, Grace A 

Stafford, Patricia J. ... 


425 






Skinner, Coronel C 


425 




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Stafford, Sarah C. 
Stallings. Edgor R 


447 




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Skipper, Judith R 


404 








Stall ings, Linda K 


405 






Slaughter, Linda C 


374 






Slaughter, Lmda P 




Stalls. Laura S 

Stalls, Phyllis A 


405 


Strou 






Slezak, Theodore S 




, Charles R. Jr. 




Sloan, Joe D 




Stanoland, David J 


376 

447 


Stuck 


























447 


Stutts, Barney W. Jr 




Small, Dianne 1 


425 

404 

404 


Stanley, Phyllis K. ... 




Small, Stephen A. . . 


Stanley, Sandra J 

Stansbury, Shirley J 

Stanton, James C 


405 

376 

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Smith-, Ann C. 








Smith, Ava G. . 


374 


Nancy C 






Staples, Dennis S. . . 












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Smith, Brenda L. . . 




Statome, Ronald I 

Steadmon, Judith C 


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Smith, Brendo S. 


425 








374 

425 






Sullivan, June C 




Smith, Carolyn J 


Steed, Roland E. . . 








446 


Steed, Wm. P. 


447 














Summers, Merle T 

Summey, Hicks M. . 
Sumner, Brenda W. ... 




Smith, Chorles W. . . 


374 




. . . 426 










376 

. 447 




Smith, Darwin N 


425 


Stein, Ph.l.p A. . 










376 


Sumrell, Bobbie A, 

Surles, Hugh S 

Sutherland. Arthur G 




Smith, Edward T. ... 








Smith, Edwin T. Jr. , . 


425 


Stephon, Jean C 


. . . . 405 








Stephens, Berkley Jr 


... 405 










.. 376 
447 






Smith, Eula M 


425 

374 


Stephens, Donno I 


Sutton 














446 


Stephens, Morgaret M 




Sutton, Jerry D 








Stephens, Sharon L. 






Smith, Gerald G 


446 


Stephenson, Chorles R 


. 405 








404 


Stephenson, Gloria E. . . 


447 








446 


Stephenson, Jane P 


447 






Smith, Grady E 


447 


Stephenson. Linda A 


. 426 










Stephenson, Robert H 

Stevens, Bettie L. S 


376 


Swain, Toni L. . . . 






404 






405 




377 










Stevens, Wayne S 


. 426 








405 


Stevenson, Carlo R 


377 








405 


Stewart, Billie K 


405 








405 


Stewart, Clarence H 








Smith, Joseph S 


447 


Steward, Normon S 












Stewart! Gwendolyn A.' ".'.'.'.'.'. 


447 
405 


Sykes, Manon P. Jr 

Sykes, Marson W 

Sykes, Michael P. ... 






405 






425 










447 




377 




Smith, Linda C 


447 


Still, Frances L. ... 

Stinagle, George W 

Slocks, Brendo A 


... 377 
405 
426 


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Smith, Mable L 


375 


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Smith, Morgaret N. ... 


425 


Stocks, Peggy L 


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425 


Stokes, Ella G 

Stokes, Linda A 


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Tallon, Robert M. ... 

Tankard. Mary R 

Tant, James R 




Smith, Michoel E 


Stokes, Richard H 


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Stone, Ralph E 


377 

447 










Smith, Pamela L 


447 












425 


Stout, Douglas R 


447 








425 






Tart, Judy A 




Smith, Robert C 










405 


Stowe, Howard V. ... 








Smith, Ronald J 


405 












375 


Strickland. Audrey K. . . . 


377 










Strickland, Donald G 


377 






Smith. Sondro I, 


447 


Strickland. Ethel G 


. . . 405 


Tayloe! JeoTc. '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Taylor,' Bobbye F 








Strickland, John D 

Strickland, Linda E 


426 

405 
405 










Smith, Thomas C 


375 




Smith, Vivian R 




Strickland, Lloyd D 


. . . . 377 


Taylor, Carolyn B 






Strother, Howard L 


377 


Tayla 


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Deonna F 
Delph.o / 

Edgar S. 



Thomas, Lawrence G. 
s, Robert L. .. 
s, Stephen A. 



Thompson, Benjamn 
Thompson, David - 
son, Donald 



Thompson, Jerr 
Thompson, Lyne 



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Toler, Reynold D. . 
Tolley, Avery L. . 
Tolley, Jerry R. ... 
Tolley, Somuel R. 

Tosto, Edwm E. Jr. 

Townsend, Dorothy 
Townsend, Elbert T. 
Townsend. Gory F. 
Townsend. Henry K. 
Trader, Barbora S. . 
Trahey, Ruby J. . . 

Traub, Louanne E. . 

Trogdon, Kenneth P 
Trotter, Linda G. .. 
Troutman, El.so M. 
Troutmon, Robert L. 

Truitt, Robert E. .. 

Tucker! Lula R. ... 
Tucker, Russell E. . 
Tucker, Saro M. . . 
Tucker, Wonda E. . 
Tudor, Dolores A. . . 
Tudor, Leon B. .-.. 

Tunneli, Virginia R. 
Turlington. Robert ( 
Turner, B.lly R . . . . 
Turner, Charles M. . 
Turner, Conal N. 
Turner, Henry W. . 
Turner, Hubert M. . 

Turner! John L. 
Turner, Mary A. . . . 
Turner, Noncy J. . . 
Turner, Poula T. . . 
Turner, Vernon E. . 
Twiddy, Joseph W. 
Twiford, Somuel A. 
Twitty, Tommy E. . 
Twynhom, Thomas H 



Si.e 



Tysor, Noncy T. 



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Ullrr 



nelte R. 



Upchurch. Karen L 

Upchurch. Lorry B 

Upchurch, Robert D 

Upton, Bill L. Jr 

Ussery, Sylvia H. E 

Ussery, Robert M, Jr 

Utsey, Tmo D 

Uzzell, Gloria G 

— V— 

VanBuren. Polricia 

Vondyken, Christian 

Van Norlw.ck. William 
Van Sever. Margaret R. 

Vandlford! Janice C. '.'.'.'.'. 

Vanlierop. Potricio B 

Vann, Brendo L 

Vonn, Terrence R 

Vonuk, Doniel A 

Varda, Cecile A 

Vashow, Volney H 

Vossar, Ronald H 

Vaughn! Janmce G ".'.'. 
Vaughn. Ronold D 



Wade, Rebecca S 448 

Waddell. Alice B 407 

Wadsworlh. Elizobeth 427 

Waff, Patricia A 382 

Wagsloff, Judy 407 

Wainrighl, Fred E 38? 

Wakef.eld. George H 407 

Wald, Earl A 448 

Walker, Cheryl D 448 

Walker. John L 448 

Walker. Patsy 1 448 

Walker. Sandra Y 448 

Wall, Carl B 448 

Wall, Molmda C 427 

Wall, Paul R 448 

Wallace Leslie E 448 

Wallace, Melisia G 407 

Wallace Will, am H. Jr 407 

Wollen, William B 382 

Waller, Mmhael W 448 

Waller, Thomas D. Jr 448 

Walston. John L 382 

Walter Lea L 427 

Walters Alice F 382 

Walters! Alice M 382 

Walters, Eorl M 448 

Walton.' Louis E. Jr 448 

Wamsley, Jocquel.ne 1 382 

Ward, Bobby J. 407 

Ward, Bonnie C 407 

Ward, Corolyn P 427 

Ward, Donald L 407 

Ward, Douglas D 383 

Ward, Foye E. Jr 427 

Warfford, David L 448 

Waring, Patricia C 427 

Warner. James R 427 

Warner. Rolph E 383 

Warren, Barbara G 383 

Worren, Dubrulz E 383 

Warren, Tony D 427 

Worren, W.lliam 1 383 

Warwick, Edna G 383 

Washburn, Claude N 407 

Washburn, John S 448 

Washer, Robert J 332 

Washko, Robert J 407 

Wasile. Stephanie A 448 

Waters, Barbora A 449 

Waters, Betty 1 449 

Waters, Mar, on H 427 

Waters, Mary M 427 

Waters. Pamela J 427 

Watkins Dons P 427 

Wolkins. Gary D 449 

Watkins, Jo Ann G 383 

Watson. Eliz. A 449 

Watson, Jocquelyn M 427 

Watson, Julio G 427 

Wotson, Mory A 383 

Watson, Sylvia J 383 

Watts Douglas E 383 

Watts Herschel J 427 

Way, George W. Jr 427 

Weatherman, Janie L 427 

Weaver L.nda J 427 

Weaver! Myrtle B 383 

Weaver, Patricia J 407 

Webb, Benjamin T 449 

Webb, Constance A 427 

Webb, Harold A 

Webb, Rosa G 

Webb, Sarah E 

Weber, John C 

Webster, Cora S 

Weeks, Barbora A 

Weeks. James R 

Weeks, Sandra L 

Welch. Gloria 0. 

Weldon, Diana F 

Wells, Bessie J 

Wells, Carroll I 

Wells, Gerry A 

Wells. Jeffrey S 

Wells. Kelly A 



Wells. Rober 



senhunt, Margaret 

le, Ada E 

te, Basil D 

te, Carole E. . . 

te, Cloude D. .. 

te. Gail E 

te, Gerald A. . . 




We have escape hatches 
the oddest places. 



White, Gloria R 

White, John R 

White! Karen F.' ..!.! 

While, Linda R. 

White, Mildred L. ... 

White, Robert E 

White, William R. . . . 

While, Willie O. Jr. 
Whitehurst, Betty R. 

Whitehurst! John E. 
Whitehurst, Marsha G, 
Whitehurst, Willard T 

Whilener,' Corole B. 

Whitfield! Mary T. . 
Whitfield, Sandra P 
Whitfield, W.llard W. 
Whitford, Charles R. 
Whitford, Sam M. . 
Whitley, Barry W. .. 

Whitley! John C. 'jr. 
Whitley, Margoret E. 
Whitlock, Larry D. .. 
Whitlow, Larry C. .. 
Whitted, Leslie R. . 
Whitten, Brenda R. . 
Whitten, Richard G. 

Whittle, Gary L 

Whittle, Sue L 

Whorley, Janice H. . 
Widdif.eld, Martha J. 
Wiegner, George M. 
Wiggs, Antta K. ... 

Wighlman, George E. 
Wilcox, Dovid E. .. 
Wilcox, Robert A. . 
Wiley, Patricia A. .. 
Wilkerson, Myrtle G. 
Wilkins, Sandra F. . 









David 
Dolore 


E 

A 


Eliz. J. 
Eva A. 








George 




Hownrrl 




James 


E. Jr 


Joan 


j. '.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 


Laura 




Mack.e 
Margar 
Mayme 
Phillip 


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Robert 


M 


Shirley 


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Wilhamsor 
Williamson 


, Dorothy 
. Floyd F 
, Gerald F 

! June D. 


c 


wniJET 


! Stephen 
Dorothy J 





Willoughby, Joseph D. 
Wilmoulh, L.nda C. . 
Wilmoulh, Norma G. 



'indhom, Robert E. 
'indley, Joseph A. 
'indley, Louisa A. 



Wohlnick, Chorl! 
Womock, Sarah 
Womble, Andrew 



Woodfin. Sandra G 
Woodley, Mory R. . . 
Woodrow, Robert S. 
Woodruff, Dov.d S. 



Woolard, Jasper E. 



Woolard, Roger W 386 

Wooldridge, Allan III 428 

Woolen, Patsy E 450 

Woolen, Timothy M 450 

Wornom, Somuel J. Ill 408 

Woolen, Phyllis E 386 

Worrell, Billy R 408 

Worsley, Broxton M. Jr 450 

Worsley, Thomas L 386 

Wortham, Jacqueline E 408 

Worthinglon, Chariot! 450 

Worthinglon, Julian M 386 

Worthinglon, Lee B 386 

Worthinglon, Richard 408 

Wrenn, Kathryn V 450 

Wrenn, Mory 1 450 

Wright, Carolyn A 428 

Wright, Donny W 428 

Wr.ghti Linda C. ..'..'.'.'.'. .'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 428 

Wright, Loy S 450 

Wright, McKinley F. Jr 450 

Wu, Tsai Hong 332 

Wynne, Harriett C 450 

Wynne, James C 450 

Yarborough, Billy J 428 

Yarborough, Jerry R 408 

Yates, Ann B 386 

Yates, Sammy A. 428 

Yelverton, George III 386 

Yezierski, Julie A 450 

Yopp, Sarah A 450 

Youmans, Wm. A 450 

Young, Joyce H 450 

Young, Judith B 428 

Young, Katherine K 450 

Young, Rebekoh A 450 

Young, Robert 1 386 

Young, Robert- A. Jr 408 

Young, Sharon A 408 

Young, Virginia L 450 

Young, William F. Jr 386 

Yow, Robert N 450 

— Z— 

Zapffel, George L 386 

Zebley, Frederick L 386 

Zepul, Anita J 450 

Zickler, Sandra C 450 

Zisman, Michael L 450 

Zschau, Edwin A 386 

Zuzma, Rebecca P 428 



Alma 




Mater 



Praise to your name so fair, 
Dear old East Carolina 
Your joys we'll all share 

And your friends we'll ever be. 
We pledge our loyalty, 
And our heart's devotion. 
To thee our Alma Mater, 
Love and praise. 




4, 5, 7; 28; 29-4 



57-1 


2; 58 


1; 59-2,3; 


60- 


69; 


70; 71; 


74; 75; 76 


77- 


2; 


33-2; 84; 85; 87-2, 


95; 


96-2; 


00-1, 2; 


01; 


III- 


; 113- 


, 3, 4, 5 


I 


125- 


; 128; 


129; 130; 


131 


138 


139-2; 


140-1, 2; 


141 


147 


151-2, 


3; 152-4; 


153- 


157 


1, 159; 


160-1, 2, 3 


- 16 


167 


170-5; 


172-1, 3, 


4, 5 




, 6; 178; 180; 18 


; 1 



49; 50; 51; 53; 55-3; 



78-3; 79-1, 3, 4; 80-1, 2,' 



4, 5, 6, 7; 123-2; 



9C-3 



192; 



3; 186-2; 187; 
195; 198; 202; 208- 



213-1, 2; 214-1; 215-1. 2; 217-2; 220-2; 221-1; 224-1; 225-1, 
2; 232-2; 234-1, 2; 235-1, 2; 238-1; 240-3; 243-1; 244-1, 5; 
245; 246; 247; 248; 249; 250-2, 4; 251-1, 4; 252; 253; 254-4; 
255-1, 3, 5; 257-1, 2; 258-1, 3, 4; 259-3, 4; 260-2. 4; 261-1, 2; 
262; 263-3, 4; 268-1, 2; 269-2; 270; 271-1; 273-1, 3; 
274-1; 276; 278; 279; 280-3; 281; 282-1, 2; 283; 284; 285; 
286-2; 287-1; 288; 289; 294; 295; 296; 297; 298; 299; 302-1, 
3; 3092; 311-1, 3; 312-2; 313-2, 3; 318-2; 319-1. 2; 321; 
324-1; 330; 332-1. 3; 333; 357- 364; 384; 395; 409; 428; 
429; 432; 450; 451; 453; 459; 460; 462; 463; 464; . . . 
RUFUS FREEMAN: PORTRAITS; 24-3; 31-5; 40-3, 4; 43; 
78-1, 2; 81-2; 92-2, 3; 93-1, 2; 99-2; 106-1; 109-2; 113-2; 
115; 118-2; 122-3; 157-2, 3; 158-2; 165-2, 5; 170-1, 3. 4; 
171-1 . 4; 174-2, 3, 4, 5; 176-1; 179; 184; 189-3; 196; 199; 
200; 201-3; 203; 204-1, 3; 207; 216-2; 221-2 222-2; 223-1; 
228; 229; 231-1; 236-1; 237-3; 238-3; 239-1; 241-1; 244-2, 7; 
255-2; 256-2, 4; 260-3; 263-1, 2; 269-1; 271-2; 272-1, 2; 273-2; 
277; 280-1, 2; 282-3; 287-2; 290; 291; 292; 293; 300; 301; 
302-2; 303; 306; 307-1; 310; 311-2; 314; 315-1, 2; 316-1; 
317-2; 318-1; 319-3; 320-3; 323; 325; 326; 327; 328; 381-2; 
458; . . . 



96-1, 3; 97; 102-4; 103; 105-3; 106-2; 107; 108; 121; 125-2; 
3; 139-1; 40-31; 141-2; 142-3; 143-3; 153-2; 
3; 172-2; 173-1, 2, 3, 4; 177; 183-2; 189-1; 191-2; 204-2; 
205; 209; 210-2; 218-2; 219-1; 220-1; 222-1; 226-1, 2; 2 
3; 230-1; 231-2; 232-1, 3; 237 1, 2; 238 2; 239-2; 240-1 
241-2; 2422; 244-4; 250-1, 3; 251-2, 3; 254-3, 5; 256-1 
257-3, 4; 258-2; 259-1, 2; 260-1; 304-1; 308-2; 309-3; 315-3; 
320-1, 2; 329; 332-2; 345; 349; 352; 360; 369; 376; : 



387; 390; 399; 402; 407; 



12; 41' 



424; 437; 



135-1, 2; 136 


445; 454; 455; 456 


143-2, 4; 146; 


VAUGHN GWYN: 


; 156-2, 3, 4; 


54; 55-1, 2; 56; 


1. 3; 166-3, 5; 


3; 139-1; 140-3; 


I 3; 176-2, 3, 


197; 201-1, 2, 4 


188-1, 2; 189-2 


227 2; 233-2; 242- 



'; 21-9, 10, 12; 22-3, 4, 5; 25-2; 30-2; 
105-4; 106-3, 4; 109-1; 110-2. 4; 1 12-1. 
1-2; 142-3; 143-3; 143-3; 153-2; 175-1; 
ll-l, 2; 212-1, 2; 216-1; 222-3; 225-3; 
244-3, 6; 255-4; 305-3; 307-2. 3; 308-1; 
312-1; 317-4; 336; 452; 457; . . . 
JOE BRANNON: 15-5; 31-1, 2; 42-1, 3, 4; 79-2; 81-3; 92-1; 



93-3, 



100-2; 104-2; 



I? 2 



1 19-1, 3, 4, 5; .150; 152-1; 153-1; 162-2; 163-1, 2; 
185; 186-1, 3; 188-3; 190-1, 2; 193; 217-1; 21 
233-1; 243-2; 254-2; 261-3, 4; 266; 267; 274-2 
286-1; 304-2; 305-1, 2; 313-1; 322; 340; 441; 449; 

JOHNNY DEAKINS: 24-2; 1112; 1 17-1; 148-3, 1 
155-1, 3; 156-1; 158-1; 166-2; 206; 213-3; 
317-1, 3; 324-2; . . . 

HOMER BALL, GOLDSBORO, N. C: 4; 



254- 



264; 



i-4; 309-1; 408; 
133-3; 151-1 



TOM DOE: PORTRAITS: 2-1; 6-1, 3; 7-2; 10-2; 18-2, 3, 4 




19; 21-8, II; 22-1, 2, 6, 7; 23-1, 3, 4, 5; 24-1; 25-3. 6; 26 




27- 29-1 2, 3; 30-1, 3. 4; 31-3, 4, 6; 32; 33; 34; 35; 36; 37 




38; 39; 40-1, 2; 41; 42-2; 57-3; 582, 3; 59-1; 77-2, 3; 80-3 




81-1; 82-3; 83-1, 3, 4; 86; 87-1, 3; 90-1, 3, 4; 91-1, 2, 3 




Exclusive of portraits, first number indicates page; number(s) afte 


from left to right and top to bottom of page 





SHELBY STUDIO, GASTONIA: 52; . . . 
CHARLESTON, S.C. EVENING POST: 144; 14! 
RICHMOND NEWS LEADER: 137; . . . 
JOHNNY McDIARMID: 135-3; . . . 
BILL BENNETT-St. JOSEPH. MO. GAZETTE: 12 
WIDE WORLD PHOTOS: 149; . . . 
TAMPA FLA. DAILY NEWS: 148-1, 2; . . . 
FLETCHER HARVEY AGENCY, ATLANTA, 



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Editor's Epitaph 

Sixty minutes an hour, twenty-four hours a day, and three 
hundred and sixty-five days a year, the earth turns on its 
axis. Within this space of time, exciting events happen, mem- 
ories linger, and heartaches occur. Such has been my year as 
editor of the 1 964 Buccaneer. 

Editing a yearbook involves more than sitting behind a desk 
and dictating orders. It presents a challenge and a varied 
number of activities. Among rewards have been my first trip 
to New York City and my first train ride. I was also fortunate 
enough to obtain my first airplane ride over the city of Green- 
ville. These have been the highlights. 

No editor can do the work herself. Behind me have been 
the most loyal and dedicated section heads. Joyce Sigmon, 
Oran Perry, Shirley Hanes, Rowena Skipper, Sue Whittle, Ritchie 
Steele, Merle Evans, Bobbie Eason, and Sandra Waddill have 
been my shining lights in this respect. To Jim Rabon, the 
business manager, go more thanks than I can ever say in 
words. Along with the student help, I owe a debt of gratitude 
to Mrs. Mary Goodman, the literary advisor, for her hours of 
reading and correcting probably some of the worst copy she 
has ever read. To Miss Gwen Potter, my appreciation for 
helping with the financial aspects is expressed. To Dr. J. H. 
Tucker and the Publications Board go my thanks for enough 
faith to let me undertake this task. 

Little can be dene en a 464 page edition without the aid 
of professional help. Mr. Lee Blackwell, Taylor Publishing 
Company Representative, was always here when I needed 
him; and Zeno Spence needs a big thanks for interpreting my 
artwork. A yearbook without pictures would not be a year- 
book. Photo Arts Studio was entirely responsible for the pic- 
torial coverage. Gratitude for this work goes to Gilbert Wind- 
ham, Fred Robertson, Tom Dee, Rufus Freeman, Joe Brannon, 
Vaughan Gwyn, and Johnny Deekins. Homer Ball of Golds- 
boro was the expert photographer for most of the color work. 
An editor needs not only material help but also support of 
the morale. Patsy Wiley, my roommate and sorority sister, 
has provided the latter. Others who have done those little 
things when I needed them most were Henry Wallace, Joan 
Morrison, and Miles Barefoot. 




My year has ended. Another staff begins work, and to it I 
wish the best success ever. At times, the going is rough 
especially when three tests, four reports, and a yearbook dead- 
line are due in the same week. The fun I have had and the 
people I have met have more than compensated for the prob- 
lems. I have enjoyed exploring the world, of 1964 at East 
Carolina College. 



gjhgjzfit; (fao^ 




Member of 



1964 BUCCANEER 



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